The Treasury has reaffirmed its decision against rolling out freedoms to the annuity market, arguing it would be impossible to balance consumer protections with a functioning market.
Plans for the market, which would have opened last April, were announced in December 2015, but then scrapped in late 2016 due to concerns that savers would not be "properly protected". Under the proposal,...
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has issued another set of guidance for coping with the Covid-19 pandemic, with trustees urged to act work flexibly with administrators.
As the Covid-19 outbreak brings new threats from scams, it is important the message to members about avoiding knee-jerk reactions isn't lost in the panic, says David Fairs.
HM Revenue and Customs has extended the deadline for the issue of final reconciliation data cuts due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The UK’s pension regulators have called on pension savers to stay calm as fears over the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on markets and personal finances may lead many to take damaging actions.
Trustees face increasingly difficult issues around handling suspected pension scams. Matthew Swynnerton looks at how the Pension Schemes Bill might help.