Equates to seven million people
Industry Voice: Scottish Widows pension expert Robert Cochran and economist Andrew Scott discuss the future of employment and income, in episode three of Scottish Widows' podcast series.
Industry Voice: This year has seen investment management charges come under the spotlight.
Industry Voice: Scottish Widows Pension Expert Robert Cochran caught up with Andrew Scott to discuss retirement planning in an age of longevity. Andrew Scott is a Professor of Economics at London Business School and co-author of the book 'The 100 Year...
Industry Voice: Iain Petrie discusses how Retirement Account from Scottish Widows can help deliver a more flexible retirement
Aiming to be' top three' UK financial planner
Industry Voice: For generations, life expectancy has been steadily increasing, with more and more people now likely to live to 100.
Industry Voice: Traditional retirement planning models are becoming outdated, as clients' journey to and through retirement become more transitional and complex.
Part of £109bn contract
Cazenove joint venture being discussed
Following 2016 thematic review
Spent 25 years at Scottish Widows
FCA consulting on formal guidance
Case still open on four insurers
Above industry average
The protection gig
Lloyds questions credibility of SLA's claims
The opportunities for advisers giving retirement advice in the UK are huge, and are set to keep growing, with the value of savings in defined contributions estimated to exceed £1 trillion by 2025.
Imagine a cautious 66-year-old using drawdown for income, and a 35-year-old, however cautious, saving with an ISA. The two are unlikely to be well served by the same process and investments. For clients who intend to use drawdown, the industry is now...
‘Dynamic volatility management’