Fidelity Worldwide Investment has appointed Kim Nash, Rachel Brougham and David Felder to its independent governance committee (IGC) and master trust board.
Only one in seven people retiring in the next 12 months have done extensive research about their options according to Fidelity Worldwide Investment.
DB members get far more pension for their tax than DC members
The government should look into the glaring inequality in the tax system that favours defined benefit (DB) pension schemes over defined contribution (DC), Alan Higham has said.
Controversial proposals to allow existing pensioners to sell their annuities for cash - and insurers to compete for the contracts - are to be discussed by ministers this week ahead of the 18 March Budget, according to reports.
People retiring after April do not understand the tax implications of ‘freedom and choice' with one in ten believing they can access their whole pot tax-free, research finds.
Fidelity has extended its defined contribution (DC) platform to give customers access to incoming retirement flexibilities but warned that operational capability alone will not ensure the policy is successful.
There are still too many people in financial services who think they can "keep their customers where they want them" by quietly carrying on with old-style practices, Pensions minister Steve Webb has said.
Retirees are at risk of cashing out their private pension savings under the misunderstanding they will receive the full flat rate state pension.
Natasha Browne gets industry reaction to Steve Webb’s plans to roll out freedom and choice to annuitants.
The European Central Bank is being urged to undertake full-blown QE this month following worse than expected deflation in the eurozone, writes Stephanie Baxter.
Pensions minister Steve Webb's bid to allow annuitants to sell their contracts in exchange for cash has been rejected by industry figures.
Annuities have been brought into line with drawdown, but inconsistencies remain
More than half of retirees could be at risk of making poor decisions with their defined contribution (DC) savings by 2024, warns the Pensions Policy Institute.
The HSBC Pension Scheme has moved £1.8m of its defined contribution (DC) assets that had previously been managed in-house onto Fidelity's investment platform.
One in eight people over 50 has been approached by fraudsters offering early access to their pension pot according to research from Fidelity Worldwide Investment reveals.
After a period of exceptional market conditions, Charlotte Moore looks at the steps asset allocators are taking to ensure decent medium-term returns
There has been a 55% increase in drawdown sales since the Chancellor announced the liberalisation of the retirement process in March, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
Even prudent retirees risk making poor decisions when pension freedoms kick-in next year, with more than one in three intending to switch their savings into a bank account.
Fidelity Worldwide Investment has launched an at-retirement service ahead of the deadline for implementing the new flexibilities for defined contribution (DC) members next April.
Mark Hoban has backed the Money Advice Service (MAS) to play a central role in providing the guidance guarantee.
The Investor Forum, set up to increase engagement from asset owners and managers, has been officially launched with Simon Fraser appointed chairman.
Ruth Gillbe says gradual change would be better than permanent revolution
The government must make an "urgent decision" on the specifics of the guidance guarantee to ensure the April 2015 deadline is met, Friends Life has said.