This week's top stories included coverage of the Financial Conduct Authority's final report of its asset management market study, where it is considering referring the investment consulting market for a competition investigation.
Also, former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann called on firms to reconsider using net pay schemes for lower earners, and The Pensions Regulator's approach to regulation was called "zealous". 1)...
Professional Pensions’ Women in Pensions Awards is returning this October and now open for nominations.
The industry needs to proceed with caution when giving members’ the illusion they have voting rights on the shares in their pension scheme, PTL says.
Three industry veterans have formally launched a dedicated Professional Corporate Sole Trustee (PCST) firm in a bid to capitalise on growing demand in the area.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has accredited 20 Punter Southall Governance Services (PSGS) trustees under its professional trustee accreditation programme, Aptitude.
Trustees receive a huge amount of guidance, but is it all useful? Holly Roach reports.