Revealed by PA freedom of information request
Part of regular supervisory work
Firm still 'confident it delivers good outcomes'
Replaces David Trenner
£24,300 average debt, finds Prudential
Annuities have 'bigger role to play' - Intelligent Pensions
Industry now needs 'room to breathe'
Andrew Pennie suggests some options...
Findings 'genuinely shocking' - Intelligent Pensions
Annuity rates already at record lows
People living overseas looking to transfer their UK pensions face having to pay for advice twice under the latest Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) rule update.
Advisers must take the lead in the 'decumulation revolution'
Retirement planning firm Intelligent Pensions has launched a pension transfer service for advisers wanting to help their clients transfer out of defined benefit (DB) schemes.
Retirement advice firm Intelligent Pensions has launched a fixed low-cost drawdown plan ahead of pensions freedom on 6 April.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is "well behind the curve" on pensions freedom regulation and is operating a watching brief to act after things go wrong, Bruce Moss has said.
The first day of the PA Online debate has been a close run affair with users split on whether their clients will choose income drawdown or uncrystallised funds pension lump sum (UFPLS).
Will your clients choose uncrystallised funds pension lump sum (UFPLS) or income drawdown from April 2015?
Why we’re happy to pay for guaranteed guidance
In this case study David Trenner looks at some of the advice issues brought up by the Budget.
Satisfaction guaranteed? Post-Budget pension pot investing
Why DB transfers always warrant independent advice