This week's top stories included the House of Lords amending the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill to introduce new requirements around cold calling.
Also, Smart Pension unveiled plans to boost pension saving by tapping into savers' everyday lives and purchases, while the government said it will force defined contribution trustees to disclose investment costs and charges to members from next year.
The government was defeated in the House of Lords on Tuesday night as peers demanded a ban on cold calling be included in the upcoming Financial Guidance and Claims Bill.
Smart Pension is seeking to introduce a mechanism whereby its savers can add to their pension pot when making purchases online or the high street.
Defined contribution occupational schemes will be forced to disclose to members costs and charges associated with investing their retirement pots, the government has announced.
The UK's ranking has dropped to 15 in the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index despite the country attaining a better score than last year.
Almost half (47%) of employers say defined benefit transfer requests exceed 5% of scheme members, an Association of Consulting Actuaries study has found.
PMI president Lesley Alexander and the institute's immediate past-president Lesley Carline talk about the challenges of Covid-19 and the opportunities and challenges the industry faces in the future.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has announced global consultant Deloitte as its expert knowledge provider for data.
This week’s top stories included further support for an overhaul of the pension tax regime, while the Treasury confirmed the Retail Prices Index will be reformed by 2030.
XPS Pensions posted a 9% increase in revenues during the six months to 30 September – a rise driven by a number of large client wins.
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