Richard Clay pleads guilty to three fraud charges.
Why is the FCA only now addressing a problem which it has been warned about for years?
Customer claims the provider has cost him £50,000 after sending details of his pension to his ex-wife.
Pensions minister says pot-follows-member could be extended to high charging schemes.
The adviser community needs to prove it can be trusted to play a key role in helping retirees.
After the FCA’s report into annuities last week, most independent observers believe the regulator has bottled the issue.
As the Treasury makes matters more complex, guidance becomes more difficult to deliver.
Asking how much clients can afford to lose has no part in a risk-profiling questionnaire
Few people know that commission is still paid even if you buy direct from your own pension company.
The Chancellor’s decision to axe the hated “slab” stamp duty system could seal the 2015 election for the Conservatives.
More restrictive investment choices are frustrating high-net-worth investors, the original audience for Sipps.
Sipp provider changes process after FCA visit.
James Hay has cut its profit forecast for 2014 as pressure on margins and interest incomes weighs on the Sipp provider.
Money Marketing first revealed the firm was preparing for a sale in January this year.
Govt charge cap proposals
Chief executive Phil Loney puts true cost of charge cap at £1bn.
Government is also capping charges on auto-enrolment default funds at 0.75 per cent from April 2015.
Pensions minister Steve Webb confirms auto-enrolment charge cap will be in place before the general election.
The Big Interview
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Insurance companies, Sipp providers and investment managers will be chasing the same money from April. But what’s in it for the consumer?
A small pot withdrawal preserves a greater level of tax planning opportunities
Clients will need help weighing up the pros and cons of their retirement options in the world of pension freedom
When the Chancellor announced the end of the “death tax”, he probably did not realise what a boost he was giving to advisers.