Professional Pensions | 08 Aug 2014 | 13:43 |
Almost three quarters of respondents to a Professional Pensions poll said the industry was not doing enough to ensure members of legacy defined contribution (DC) schemes got value for money.
The industry wants Steve Webb to keep hold of the pensions brief after the general election, according to a poll conducted by PP.
Professional Pensions | 01 Aug 2014 | 14:00 |
Just 25% of pension professionals believe The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and the Money Advice Service (MAS) are up to delivering the 'guidance guarantee', PP research finds.
Professional Pensions | 28 Jul 2014 | 11:59 |
We want your views on the Pension Scheme Bill, as well as the latest pledges from the major parties.
Professional Pensions | 01 Jul 2014 | 11:56 |
This week's research finds that most people in the industry think trustee responsibilities end when a member retires.
Professional Pensions | 06 Jun 2014 | 14:11 |
Respondents to PP research were divided over whether the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) had succeeded in keeping its annual levy stable and predictable.
Professional Pensions | 06 Jun 2014 | 14:00 |
Trustee boards should be subject to regular evaluation exercises, says the industry.
Professional Pensions | 06 Jun 2014 | 13:48 |
Less than a quarter of the industry thinks The Pensions Regulator (TPR) gives good value for money, according to PP research.
Professional Pensions | 06 Jun 2014 | 13:38 |
Most people in the pensions industry do not believe trustees have a fiduciary duty beyond the point a member retires, PP research finds.
Professional Pensions | 06 Jun 2014 | 13:31 |
PP research finds significant support for in-scheme drawdown, divisions over the use of active managers and little love for the triple lock.
Professional Pensions | 16 May 2014 | 13:47 |
The industry is uncertain what the impact of the new voluntary assurance regime for master trusts, PP research finds.
Professional Pensions | 16 May 2014 | 13:36 |
A significant section of the industry believes the government should axe the state pension 'triple lock', according to PP research.
Professional Pensions | 16 May 2014 | 13:28 |
The pensions industry believes big defined contribution (DC) schemes must put in-house income drawdown in place, PP research finds.
Professional Pensions | 16 May 2014 | 13:21 |
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