Scammers may be trying to steal savings from workers by falsely claiming to be calling from The Pensions Regulator (TPR), according to a warning from the watchdog.
The government has backed down from its calls for mutual regulatory recognition post Brexit and will now push for a deal that will see UK and EU financial services firms' access to each other's markets scaled back when the country leaves the bloc.
The Investment Association (IA) has updated its template Investment Management Agreement (IMA) to reflect new MiFID II requirements, which came into force on 3 January 2018.
The FSCS has cited the growing number of claims relating to defined benefit (DB) pension transfers as the main reason for the lifeboat scheme's levy for this year being a fifth higher than it forecast in January.
The FCA and TPR are seeking input on how best to collaborate in regulating the retirement income market over the coming decade, in the wake of the introduction of both pension freedom and auto-enrolment.
A ban on pension cold-calling will be put into law by June this year after the government introduced amendments to the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill.
New regulatory rules which require providers and advisers to produce annuity illustrations will not solve the problem of consumer detriment as they are "fundamentally" flawed, according to Retirement Advantage.
The Pensions Ombudsman is investigating a group of more than 150 complaints about transfer values from British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) members.
Fund groups have been criticised as newly disclosed transaction costs under MiFID II show the actual cost of ownership of some of the UK's most popular funds is as high as 85% above previously disclosed OCFs.
Transparency and anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller is planning to sue the FCA over its approach to MiFID II, claiming the regulator is not taking a firm enough approach to ensure asset managers comply with the new rules.
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More than half of asset management firms will not reduce fees for the April charge cap on defined contribution (DC) default funds, according to a poll.
The Association of British Insurers' (ABI) review of legacy workplace pension schemes is "conflicted and ineffective", according to campaign group ShareAction.
A ruling that alleged pensions liberation schemes are not occupational schemes would have significant implications for members, a lawyer has argued.
London's local government pension schemes are poorly and inconsistently governed due to "fundamental flaws" that could threaten their sustainability, the Pensions Institute says.
Conflicts of interest are poorly managed by many asset management firms, according to "damning" research from the Financial Services Authority.
Local government pension schemes could see limits on investment in infrastructure projects doubled, allowing almost £45bn to be pumped into local housing and transport.
Labour front benchers have urged the government to work with the opposition, business and trade unions to protect British interests from planned European regulation of the pensions and insurance industries.
Photos of HM Revenue & Customs'"most wanted" tax evaders have been posted online to prompt the public to report them.
The UK pensions industry has reacted to a consultation on a proposed EU-wide pensions directive with unanimous condemnation.
Trinity Mirror has sparked a row with The Pensions Regulator after finance director Vijay Vaghela complained about a lack of response to the company's plans to slash scheme payments by £70m.
The Actuarial Profession has made "significant progress" in improving the way in which it regulates its members' activities, says the body set up to oversee it.