Acted as CEO since Martin Wheatley's departure
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is "invisible" in pensions regulation, Hymans Robertson senior partner Ronnie Bowie says.
A £200m Financial Services Authority (FSA) legacy scheme deficit has left insurers questioning how much of the individual levies is contributed towards it.
Workplace pensions governance should be overseen by a single regulatory body, the latest Work and Pensions Committee report says.
Conflicts of interest are poorly managed by many asset management firms, according to "damning" research from the Financial Services Authority.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is to press ahead with its proposed reductions in pension projection rates, despite opposition from providers.
The Financial Services Authority has confirmed it will toughen up rules on transfer value analysis.
Scheme members conned by pension loan operators have been left suicidal after finding out the deals are invalid and they face massive tax charges.
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The Financial Services Authority has confirmed that it is ‘minded to accredit' the Pension Management Institute under the new regulatory regime introduced by the Retail Distribution Review.
The Financial Services Authority will conduct another consultation into SIPP charge disclosure after an industry backlash.
Fears compulsory workplace schemes might burden members with charges that are too high are "exaggerated", a senior actuary says.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Peterborough-based Rockingham Independent £35,000 and imposed partial bans on its directors and an adviser for exposing retirees to unsuitable advice.
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The Financial Services Authority has issued a warning to consumers over pension reciprocation plans and other pension unlocking schemes.
The FSA may extend its rules on pension selling and advice to cover group personal pensions.
The Pensions Regulator is set to strengthen its guidance on transfer incentives following "concerning" behaviour from some trustees.
Two unnamed firms have been referred to the FSA's enforcement division for further investigation following a review of the £330bn with-profits sector.
The Financial Services Authority has fined London-based financial advice firm Robin Bradford £24,500 for pension switching advice failings.
Six men - including two "senior city professionals" and a hedge fund employee -have been arrested on suspicion of being involved in a insider dealing ring.
Institutional investors will have to sign up to a stewardship code as part of Sir David Walker's reforms on bank pay and governance as shareholders.
EUROPE - The proposed European Union directive to regulate alternative asset managers could cost investors some €5bn (US$7.4bn), a report commissioned by UK regulator Financial Services Authorities found.
The proposed European Union directive to regulate alternative asset managers could cost investors some €5bn (£4.6bn), a report commissioned by the Financial Services Authorities reveals.