Bannister oversaw Standard Life acquisition
Cofunds sees high uphold rate
Retains platform and financial advice business
Have been declining since H1 2015
Deal follows Axa pension acquisition
Confirmed speculation in statement
Axa makes management changes
Closed life consolidator Phoenix Group is in talks with Guardian Financial Services over a buyout deal valued at more than £1bn.
Closed book consolidator Phoenix Group has appointed a new chairman to succeed former Financial Services Authority chairman Sir Howard Davies.
Phoenix Life has backed down from demanding a saver get financial advice before it would release his £13,300 pension pot.
Phoenix Life has been ordered to pay an adviser redress after the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) found it had not responded quickly enough to his complaint.
Life fund consolidator Phoenix Life has widened its partnership with Just Retirement to allow clients access to the government's new pension freedoms and simplified advice.
Phoenix Life is reviewing the pricing of the majority of its pension funds after a rounding anomaly in some of its life products was pointed out by a retired IFA.
Phoenix Life is reviewing the charges on its Scottish Provident unit-linked funds after refunding a former financial adviser who realised he had been overcharged for years.
...clients will call you about this week
Phoenix Life is deliberately withholding accurate performance data on the £37bn of with-profits bonds it manages in order to keep investors from exiting the "dreadful" investments in droves, according to a damning report by an IFA.
Fraudsters targeting retirement pots through liberation or bogus transfers will take advantage of pensions freedom to target an even greater number of savers, Phoenix has warned.
Operating profits at Phoenix Group increased to £266m in the first half of the year compared to £186m for the same period in 2013, latest results show.
Closed life consolidator Phoenix has comprehensively refinanced its debt to strengthen its balance sheet and better support its growth plans.
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The number of complaints upheld against networks and nationals by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) have dropped in the last half year, figures show.
Phoenix Life attracted more than 400 complaints in the final six months of last year, according to latest data from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS).
Phoenix clients with low paying annuities can switch out for a cash lump sum under a recently launched pilot project.
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