Trustees must be wary of compensation risk in divorce cases after a surge in the number of complaints to the Pensions Ombudsman (PO) about asset splits, a lawyer warns.
Sackers associate director Arshad Khan said there have been around five cases a month about pensions and divorce for the past eight months: more than previously experienced. The increase stems from neglect...
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MPs failed to place legislation into the Financial Guidance and Claims bill that would have made pension guidance default, which Just Group director Stephen Lowe said left a "bitter taste".
Aegon has called for the government to double the tax exemption on employer-arranged pension advice, up from £500 to £1,000.
Institutional investor confidence in Europe rose by 8.9 points in April with each region showing growing appetite for risk, according to State Street Global Exchange.