The pensions and financial inclusion minister has rejected suggestions that the government is dominated by Brexit discussions and has no time to deal with pensions issues.
Defined contribution (DC) occupational schemes will be forced to disclose to members costs and charges associated with investing their retirement pots, the government has announced.
A raft of consultations and draft regulations will greet the industry over the coming weeks and months, the pensions and financial inclusion minister confirms.
Regulator does not want to 'incentivise short-termism'
Government and regulatory focus on costs and charges will shift to defined benefit (DB) schemes over the coming years, PTL has predicted.
Chair of FCA cost disclosure working group
The FCA has taken a further step towards DC cost disclosure but, as Jonathan Stapleton says, such transparency will have its own hidden costs.
From 3 January next year, firms looking after DC members' money will need to comply with new disclosure requirements. James Phillips reports.
B&CE has published a full breakdown of transaction costs for The People's Pension - revealing both the explicit and implicit costs for its default fund - and has also called for the introduction of a soft cap on such costs.
Darren Philp explains why The People's Pension has published a full breakdown of transaction costs and is backing the introduction of a 'comply or explain' soft cap for such charges on DC funds.
The combination of lack of trust, poor transparency, and inadequate retirement funds will cause "civil unrest" in the next few decades, Andy Agathangelou warns.
With fiduciary mandates on the rise and managers in the spotlight after the FCA's asset management study, James Phillips explores what trustees want from them.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed the 20 members and four observer organisations of its Institutional Disclosure Working Group.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) wants to improve the disclosure of costs and charges to defined contribution (DC) members and will consult on this in the future, policy manager David Farrar says.
Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) has become the latest asset manager to sign up to the £217bn Local Government Pension Scheme's (LGPS) code of transparency.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has appointed Chris Sier to chair its working group on disclosure of costs and charges for institutional investors.
Disclosure of investment costs can be achieved without necessarily finding out the true value of implicit costs, Kempen Capital Management argues.
The Local Government Pension Scheme Advisory Board (SAB) has launched a transparency code to help schemes get a better handle on their costs and fees.
The Investment Association (IA) has revealed its proposed code to standardise cost disclosure across collective funds, segregated mandates, and institutional investors.
The economic uncertainty caused by Britain's decision to leave the European Union (EU) could make poorer savers worse off says shadow work and pensions minister Debbie Abrahams.
Increased transparency will not deliver better outcomes for savers in pension schemes says economist John Kay.
Work and pensions minister Damian Green has confirmed the government will consult on hidden costs and charges later this year.
Alex Cunningham, the shadow pensions minister, speaks to James Phillips about his new brief, auto-enrolment, and DB deficits
Members of the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) have been urged to set up a broad inquiry into hidden costs and charges faced by pension schemes.