News and Analysis
This edition covers developments during November 2014.
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|MM leader: Has the RDR been worth £2.6bn?||10||18 December 2014 5:45 pm|
|Landmark ruling orders transfer out of liberation scheme||2||18 December 2014 5:26 pm|
|Scottish Widows data protection error could cost customer £50k||11||18 December 2014 5:10 pm|
|Nic Cicutti: Quit long-stop moaning and take up OMO fight||26||18 December 2014 3:29 pm|
|Alan Higham: Why I was relieved at Caroline Rookes' adviser ethics comments||3||18 December 2014 3:11 pm|
|L&G scraps face-to-face adviser support team||17||18 December 2014 2:21 pm|
|Steve Webb summons providers over pension charges||7||18 December 2014 1:44 pm|
|The good, the bad and the ugly: Has the RDR measured up to the hype?||7||18 December 2014 1:18 pm|
|Debt management firm to pay £185k in redress after FCA action||1||18 December 2014 12:37 pm|
|FCA: We are open-minded on changing indy/restricted labels||11||18 December 2014 12:26 pm|
|Pensions guidance qualification launched||5||18 December 2014 11:15 am|
|EU policymakers reach deal over controversial trusts plans||1||18 December 2014 11:02 am|
|Complaints commissioner finds 'serious failings' in FCA enforcement case||13||18 December 2014 10:22 am|
|Mark Dampier: Have faith in M&G's Dobell making a recovery||2||18 December 2014 9:05 am|
|MPs warn FCA of ignoring duties to pension savers||6||18 December 2014 8:17 am|
|FCA asks for help in explaining indy/restricted advice||36||17 December 2014 5:22 pm|
|Sir Hector Sants joins consultant Oliver Wyman||10||17 December 2014 4:31 pm|
|Clive Adamson: Closed book probe is 'most serious' event in FCA's history||18||17 December 2014 3:37 pm|
|Tug of war: FCA clashes with Treasury over sub-£50K drawdown concerns||32||17 December 2014 3:04 pm|
|Legacy pension audit reveals £26bn exposed to high charges||6||17 December 2014 3:02 pm|
Money Marketing sets out how the merger of Aviva and Friends could affect the two providers’ pensions, protection and investment divisions, and the wider market impact.
As the Treasury pushes “pension freedom”, regulator warns drawdown is “unlikely to be suitable” for pots under £50,000.
As Lloyds and Which? pull back from in-house protection advice, where are the protection innovators?
Experts warn pensions tax relief is ripe for reform as the state of public finances, the changing pensions landscape and the desire for a fairer system makes change inevitable
Two years on from the RDR, do you think consumers are better off as a result?