The Law Commission has called on the government to explore regulating investment consultants.
The build-it-yourself approach to pensions is an expensive and unsatisfactory experience, says Con Keating
Henry Tapper asks what pension costs should be disclosed, and to whom
Rachel Dalton says insurers should already know what good governance looks like
Helen Morrissey thinks its time for action on the retirement market
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has appointed leading figures from the pension industry to the board that will oversee the audit of defined contribution (DC) legacy schemes.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has called on the Association of British Insurers (ABI) to conduct its audit of high-charging legacy schemes "far faster".
The Office of Fair Trading's (OFT) report into the workplace defined contribution (DC) savings market highlighted some stark concerns over charges.
Rachel Dalton looks at the ABI's annuity rate window
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chairman John Griffith-Jones has warned insurers to learn the lessons of the banking crisis and work harder to regain consumers' trust.
The asset management industry must regain consumers' trust and boost pension saving or risk a financial crisis even worse than the 2008 crash, the Investment Management Association (IMA) says.
Consumers' knowledge of annuity options is good but there is "plenty of room for improvement" following the launch of the Association of British Insurers' (ABI) annuity code, the organisation says.
The mandatory code of conduct on retirement choices for all Association of British Insurers (ABI) members, set to be enforced from 1 March, must go further to better help consumers, annuity campaigners have said.
Assessing plans allowing parents to access their lump-sum early to guarantee children's mortgages
Hannah Brenton looks at the continuing debate on DC charges
Jack Jones examines an underwhelmed industry's response to the DWP’s plans on small pots.
The Pensions Regulator needs to "beef up" its advice to consumers about alternative annuities, Prudential head of business development Vince Smith-Hughes says.
Andrew Short focuses on how schemes can improve member outcomes by helping them make appropriate income choices.
Insurers have started to turn down employers who want to expand existing schemes for auto-enrolment, PP has learned.
Hannah Brenton looks at the interim report of the Kay Review
Polarisation of the annuity market is set to cut profit margins for traditional ‘roll-over' annuity providers unless they adapt their business models, Hymans Robertson predicts.
The Association of British Insurers has proposed three new measures to become part of its planned code of conduct for insurers selling annuities.
Insurers are split over how the industry should tackle the issue of "unfair" active member discounts, PP can reveal.
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