News and Analysis
This edition covers developments during November 2014.
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|Cost of closed book probe soars to £3.8m; Martin Wheatley loses £115k bonus||17||10 December 2014 10:59 pm|
|'A bit sensational, but seems OK': How FCA reacted to story that moved markets||5||10 December 2014 10:50 pm|
|Ian McKenna: It's not so hard to deal with small savers||5||10 December 2014 8:14 pm|
|Profile: L&G pensions boss John Pollock on post-Budget challenges||3||10 December 2014 11:38 am|
|Early interest rate rise poses 'huge risk' to economy||2||10 December 2014 10:37 am|
|Two senior executives exit Woodford IM||3||10 December 2014 10:26 am|
|Danby Bloch: Honest answers to silly questions||2||10 December 2014 10:24 am|
|FCA restructure sees Clive Adamson and director of comms exit||7||10 December 2014 9:44 am|
|Is Nest the last scheme on the shelf for small employers?||9||10 December 2014 9:01 am|
|Mel Kenny: Ignore the noise on pension freedoms||2||10 December 2014 7:52 am|
|Tony Wickenden: The tax issues when providers collect advice fees||2||9 December 2014 10:36 pm|
|Tony Wickenden: Cash is king for ongoing advice fees||1||9 December 2014 10:20 pm|
|MPs set to grill man behind closed book inquiry||3||9 December 2014 7:13 pm|
|OECD issues warning on pension freedoms||3||8 December 2014 5:05 pm|
|FCA's Rory Percival: Where we are on professionalism||14||8 December 2014 3:39 pm|
|FCA to review soaring level of fines||10||8 December 2014 3:20 pm|
|BoE: Most borrowers could cope with rate rise||4||8 December 2014 12:03 pm|
|Kim North: The moral case for auto-enrolment||4||8 December 2014 10:40 am|
|Alan Higham: FCA must tackle annuity commission disclosure||2||8 December 2014 9:54 am|
|Outflanked: Osborne has stolen the election...and Ed Balls just stood and watched||15||8 December 2014 9:18 am|
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?