Former Financial Services Association (FSA) chief executive Hector Sants has been appointed as chair of the new, incoming single financial guidance and claims body.
Acted as CEO since Martin Wheatley's departure
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Threadneedle Asset Management more than £6m for having inadequate controls in its fixed income front office.
A £200m Financial Services Authority (FSA) legacy scheme deficit has left insurers questioning how much of the individual levies is contributed towards it.
Industry figures have welcomed the Work and Pensions Committee's call for a single regulator for trust- and contract-based schemes.
Jonathan Stapleton asks if it is time for a single regulator
Prudential has been fined £30m by the City watchdog while its chief executive Tidjane Thiam has been officially censured, following the failed AIA deal in 2010.
Jonathan Stapleton calls for a 'pensions liberation' blacklist
Schemes and administrators should take extra care with data as the Information Commissioner's Office "beefs up" with extra powers from the European Union, lawyers warn.
The Pensions Regulator has launched a hard-hitting campaign to illustrate the threat pensions liberation can pose to people's pensions.
Jack Jones looks at the impact of the first enhanced bulk annuity transactions to be completed
The Financial Services Authority and its successor bodies may not be able to prioritise pensions standards if regulation were moved to a single body, Michael O'Higgins has said.
Enrolling staff is only the first stage of workplace reforms.
The Financial Services Authority's probe into the annuity market is long overdue and could be a welcome addition to the drive to ‘reinvigorate workplace pensions'.
Insurance companies such as Standard Life and Resolution could lose out from a Financial Services Authority probe into the £11bn annuities market, analysts say.
Details of the thematic review of the £11bn annuity market have been revealed by the Financial Services Authority.
The annuity market will come under investigation by the Financial Services Authority later today when a major review is announced.
In the age of instant communications and wide-spread personal publishing, campaigns are easy to start. If you want to shout about something, a couple of tweets or a blog can get the message out there fast.
Rachel Dalton examines the forces closing in on money purchase.
The Department for Work and Pensions has promised a better working relationship between the Pensions Regulator and the Financial Services Authority and said joint thematic reviews are planned.
Regulator proposals will still leave millions of members relying on the FSA.
The Financial Services Authority director has said the relationship between it and The Pensions Regulator needs more work due to the differences between the organisations.
Taha Lokhandwala explains the FRC's changes to schemes statutory money purchase illustration duties.
Employers need to be given a defined line between providing information and advice on pension arrangements, a select committee hears.