News and Analysis
This edition covers developments during November 2014.
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|Chris Gilchrist: Time to abandon outdated attitude to risk thinking||1||2 February 2015 7:52 pm|
|Keeley Paddon: The dangers of pension freedom||4||2 February 2015 4:51 pm|
|Providers 'committed' to with-profits following L&G exit||5||2 February 2015 2:55 pm|
|Towry set to buy Ashcourt Rowan for £97m||4||2 February 2015 11:34 am|
|Lessons from Down Under on pension freedoms||13||2 February 2015 10:56 am|
|Two men sentenced to nine years in prison for £5m investment scam||1||2 February 2015 10:56 am|
|West Brom wins High Court battle over buy-to-let rate hike||13||31 January 2015 2:49 pm|
|FCA faces £8.5m legal claim from EEA Life Settlements investors||15||31 January 2015 12:39 pm|
|Martin Wheatley: I regret saying ‘shoot first ask questions later’||14||31 January 2015 10:30 am|
|FCA Gabriel system hit by technical problems||6||31 January 2015 0:51 am|
|Getting to grips with the new guidance qualification||2||30 January 2015 5:30 pm|
|FCA could yet impose time limit on PPI complaints||6||30 January 2015 3:53 pm|
|Ex-RBS lawyer and former MP join Consumer Panel||4||30 January 2015 3:52 pm|
|FCA investigates Deutsche Bank over systems and controls||1||30 January 2015 1:13 pm|
|L&G closes with-profits fund to new business||2||30 January 2015 11:36 am|
|FCA cracks down on 181 financial promotions||2||30 January 2015 11:01 am|
|End of the road: Will the annuity market survive pension freedoms?||4||29 January 2015 4:28 pm|
|What lies beneath: FCA to probe platform tech as firms eye major upgrades||8||29 January 2015 4:24 pm|
|Andrew Tully: Cash for annuities plan could create new misselling scandal||2||29 January 2015 4:03 pm|
|Age Partnership offers pension cash access for 1.25%||6||29 January 2015 2:18 pm|
Savers on benefits are in danger of slipping through the cracks of the new pension freedoms by taking cash and losing their entitlements to state help.
Fears grow that the Government’s guidance guarantee could collapse under initial demand and create a guidance “lottery” with savers getting different levels of service.
Following FCA chief Martin Wheatley’s concerns around contingent charging, Money Marketing examines who charges what for advice and explores how fee models are set to become a key regulatory battleground.
In the first of a regular series, Neil Woodford looks at why equities should not be viewed as “the bond market’s idiot kid brother”.
Has the FCA done enough to protect consumers with its pension freedoms ‘second line of defence’ rules?