News and Analysis
This edition covers developments during November 2014.
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|Going in blind: Providers navigate the perils of non-advised drawdown||9||13 December 2014 5:11 pm|
|FCA to force firms to report all complaints||3||12 December 2014 7:30 pm|
|Wells Street Journal: MP’s Candy Crush addiction threatens auto-enrol success||1||12 December 2014 4:41 pm|
|FCA: EU rules no longer a barrier to long-stop||3||12 December 2014 4:38 pm|
|Neil Liversidge: Nanny-state regulator to blame for mortgage woes||4||12 December 2014 4:30 pm|
|Nic Cicutti: Osborne shows grasp of personal finance||20||12 December 2014 3:44 pm|
|True Potential enters auto-enrolment market||8||12 December 2014 12:38 pm|
|EU policymakers lock horns over controversial trusts plans||1||12 December 2014 11:06 am|
|Havard Hughes: FCA statutory bodies must come in from the cold||2||12 December 2014 10:05 am|
|F&TRC adds trail switch-off tool||3||12 December 2014 9:58 am|
|FCA recommends Dutch-style 'Pensions Dashboard' for UK||3||11 December 2014 1:48 pm|
|MetLife UK plans 2015 guaranteed Isa launch||1||11 December 2014 1:05 pm|
|MM leader: Osborne has not addressed the real problem||2||11 December 2014 12:27 pm|
|Ex Origen boss Mike Kirsch to head up Saffron Building Society||1||11 December 2014 10:51 am|
|Berkeley Burke demands suitability report for client transfers||2||11 December 2014 10:33 am|
|FOS: £50 complaint fee 'unaffordable' for consumers||1||11 December 2014 10:31 am|
|FCA to cancel senior bonuses in wake of closed book review||16||11 December 2014 10:20 am|
|FCA to ditch ABI retirement shopping around code; reviews post-2008 annuity sales||1||11 December 2014 10:06 am|
|FCA reveals Clive Adamson did not give closed book briefing||12||10 December 2014 11:12 pm|
|FCA chairman: Wheatley has my full backing||6||10 December 2014 11:10 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?