The long-awaited regulations for a cold-calling ban have been approved by the House of Commons after an onerous journey to becoming law.
Scottish higher-rate taxpayers will benefit from more pensions tax relief than workers on the same salary anywhere else in the UK as income tax bands continue to diverge.
Some 87% of master trusts support future collaborative efforts to overcome barriers to good service delivery, the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) says.
Retirees are concerned about recent market volatility but are refraining from reacting and changing the investment policies of their drawdown products, Aegon research finds.
The government and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are "keeping under review" suggestions the regulator should update its rules on regulated firms buying leads obtained by cold-calling.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is expected to use next Monday's Budget to launch a feasibility study into the use of pensions to fund UK patient capital opportunities.
The lifetime allowance will rise to £1,054,800 from April next year as the Office for National Statistics (ONS) recorded inflation at 2.4% in the year to September.
Contract-based schemes could face requirements to disclose their firms' policies on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues under Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) plans.
Kate Smith has been named head of master trust at Aegon following the acquisition of BlackRock's defined contribution (DC) businesses.
Former Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) advice director Linda Woodall died in September after leaving the regulator at the end of 2017.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will double down on its supervision with hundreds of schemes expecting increased oversight, while more than 60 will be subject to dedicated, one-to-one supervision.
The government's announcement that it will support the industry in delivering the pensions dashboard has been met with mixed reaction, after months of uncertainty about the project's future.
More than half of savers are worried about the government's delay to initiate a ban on cold calling, Aegon says as its research also reveals 91% have received them.
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Aegon has concluded the final steps of its takeover of BlackRock's defined contribution (DC) platform and administration businesses over two years after announcing the plans.
Six out of nine automatic enrolment (AE) providers have no policy to prevent investments in companies that profit from chemical and biological weapons, according to analysis by ShareAction.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has fined a scheme after it failed to notify the regulator it had appointed a professional trustee, in the first instance of a penalty being levied for this reason.
Just over one in five people with multiple pension pots have lost track of some of their savings, Aegon research finds.
An independent Scotland would seek for occupational pension schemes straddling the border to be jointly regulated with the United Kingdom, a commission for the Scottish Government has said.
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The bill creating a new single financial guidance body and introducing provisions for a ban on pension cold-calling has received Royal Assent today.
Former Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) life insurance and financial advice director Linda Woodall has been appointed to Aegon's independent governance committee (IGC).
Aegon has called for the government to double the tax exemption on employer-arranged pension advice, up from £500 to £1,000.