TTF wants greater consumer protection
Treasury launches fresh inquiry into post-Brexit financial regulation as UK enters 'uncharted waters'
The Treasury Select Committee has launched a new inquiry into the future of the UK's financial services once it has left the European Union.
Home secretary Sajid Javid has called for auto-enrolment (AE) to be scrapped as part of a "shock and awe strategy" should the UK fail to reach a Brexit deal, according to reports.
The board of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has accepted proposals to ditch the term 'value for money' from the final rules relating to the Asset Management Market Study (AMMS).
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) is modernising through its aim to provide members access to 'core insight' by forming industry partnerships with organisations, writes Victoria Ticha
Aviva has introduced Origo's bulk transfer service in a bid to speed up processes and further improve data security for schemes.
More than half of retirement pots accessed under pension freedom rules have been fully withdrawn, the Financial Conduct Authority confirmed in its interim retirement outcomes review.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has committed itself to acting faster and more often where defined benefit (DB) schemes are underfunded or it suspects avoidance.
Con Keating says it is time for a different approach to defined benefit pensions but questions how easy this would be to achieve.
This week, we want to know if the Pension Schemes Bill adequately addresses weaknesses in the master trust market and what the biggest obstacle to setting up the pension dashboard is.
Robin Ellison talks about the acceleration in consultations and whether it is a good thing.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published a discussion paper on how to drive up standards of pensions trusteeship and shape future regulatory policy.
The industry and regulator should act to implement an early warning system for beleaguered DB schemes according to Silverfinch.
The debate over whether schemes should be able to change statutory pension increases from RPI to CPI continues with calls for a statutory override to be put in place. Kristian Brunt-Seymour considers its feasibility
Over recent weeks we have seen many developments in the BHS drama. PP takes a look
Events this year have raised the issue of whether the industry and trustees should give earlier warnings to the regulator and PPF about issues with DB schemes. Kristian Brunt-Seymour looks at the options.
Legal & General's (L&G) WorkSave Mastertrust has obtained the master trust assurance framework accreditation (MAF).
The Pensions Ombudsman Service has added an online application option to its complaints procedure.
HMRC and the FCA have begun consulting on a tax framework and rules for the secondary annuity market.
Budget documents reveal the government is mulling a clampdown on the range of benefits available under salary sacrifice arrangements, writes Kristian Brunt-Seymour.
As the EU referendum looms closer it is entirely possible the UK could end up leaving Europe. Kristian Brunt-Seymour finds a Brexit could be both good and bad for pensions.
Almost 5.5 million people in 60,000 firms have been automatically enrolled since 2012, according to the latest government figures.
Fashion retailer Monsoon Accessorize is the latest high profile employer to be named and shamed for failing to pay the national minimum wage (NMW).
An increasing number of firms are leaving it to the very last minute to comply with their auto-enrolment obligations, according to one major provider.