The abolition of consultancy charging could open up opportunities for advisers according to Scottish Widows chief executive Toby Strauss.
Speaking at the launch of the Scottish Widows UK Pensions Report Strauss said he was concerned how the abolition would affect smaller employers. "We are worried about the potential advice gap and we...
PFI’s retirement business, also known as Prudential Retirement, is expanding its global longevity reinsurance business with an offering driven by growth in the UK pensions market.
Professional Pensions is looking to speak to a number of member-nominated trustees.
This week’s top stories included a ruling for a convicted trustee to return £292,000 in stolen pension funds, while the long-awaited timeline for the pensions dashboard was announced.
A convicted fraudster has been ordered to repay £292,000 which he transferred from savers’ pension pots and funnelled into businesses he part-owned.