The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was made aware of concerns about Neil Woodford's investment strategy at his fund management business back in 2015, but did not act until nearly two years later, according to reports.
Corners were cut in the 2015 introduction of pension freedoms which have left pension savers vulnerable and suffering, according to Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Stephen Timms.
Opportunities for defined benefit (DB) schemes to pursue investment approaches that help repair the UK’s economy cannot stand in the way of improving member outcomes, Aegon says.
The government plans to cement the UK's position as a global centre for green finance have received a significant boost, with chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiling proposals to issue the country's first sovereign green bond next year and make climate risk...
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has warned the UK economy could suffer worse "scarring" from the coronavirus crisis than originally predicted in August.