Independent Governance Committees (IGCs) have joined forces to better understand what value for money means for scheme members.
Some customers requesting second cash equivalent transfer values
An anti-scam campaign will run for the next four weeks to help improve awareness of fraudsters' common traits, following concerns they are increasingly targeting pension fund members.
A quarter of a million people have taken advantage of freedom and choice since the reforms came into effect last April, according to official figures.
HMRC and the FCA have begun consulting on a tax framework and rules for the secondary annuity market.
Marjorie Ngwenya has been appointed as president-elect of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).
Former Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) long-term savings and pensions director Nick Poyntz-Wright has joined Just Retirement Ltd.
Providers have said a charge cap on income drawdown, as proposed by Labour leader Ed Miliband, is "unnecessary" and a "solution to a problem that does not even exist".
Aviva will slash around 1,500 jobs if its proposed takeover of Friends Life is approved by shareholders in March.
Savers in defined contribution (DC) default funds are far more exposed to emerging markets than they realise, a research paper has warned.
The UK's largest pension schemes have swung from a £25bn surplus six years ago to a £100bn deficit today, according to a report.
Natasha Browne looks at responses to the FCA’s guidance guarantee consultation
Rachel Dalton rounds up the expert views as the US debt deadline edges nearer
W&G Investments, the company backed by several industry investment houses, has been listed as it looks to bid for 315 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) branches.
High gilt prices create a fear of a correction.
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UK equity valuations are attractive in the medium term and can add alpha to pension funds, despite the recent volatility in markets, a fund manager says.
Global Pensions teamed up with the Principal Officers Association for the third consecutive year to host last night's Imbasa Yegolide Awards for South African pension service providers.
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Aon Hewitt names co-CEOs, Schroders lures BlackRock portfolio manager, International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds, BNY Mellon, Barings, State Street, Fidelity, Kempen Capital, Old Mutual
US - Old Mutual Asset Managers' head of fixed income Stewart Cowley has slammed the US for failing to rein in its growing budget deficit, warning it risks ingraining inflation in the nation's psyche.
US - Old Mutual Asset Management (OMAM) US has named Steve Belgrad as chief financial officer and Aidan Riordan as director of affiliate development as part of a series of managerial changes.
Old Mutual Asset Managers UK has appointed Jenny Segal from AllianceBernstein as head of institutional business to boost its presence in the market.
Long the Western bond markets…for the time being