The Treasury will raise £1.2bn less than expected from pensions tax relief cuts this year.
New Philanthropy Capital chief executive Dan Corry questions whether Government policy can increase aggregate saving.
The Treasury says income drawdown is a “reasonable match” to annuity rates.
Chancellor George Osborne unveiled new rules for NIC and pensions.
Aviva head of policy John Lawson says there could be a period of quiet on savings policy before the next election.
The Government’s charge cap consultation closed last week with a huge divergence of opinion.
Auto-enrolment is designed to use inertia to get people saving in the first place, so should the default option for converting savings to income not be to get advice?
We are now seeing increasingly sophisticated arrangements where some customers may end up with nothing at all
There is no magic bullet to stop this activity, short of preventing pension transfers altogether.
The FCA needs to find a way to make simplified advice work.
Nick Poyntz-Wright says delay will allow the regulator to take account of the results of thematic review.
Data request asks providers for details of off-platform and unregulated assets.
The FCA has threatened regulatory action against Sipp firms ahead of a third thematic review into the sector.
Martin, who has been non-exec chairman at the Sipp firm for almost seven years, will step down from the role in December.
Pensions minister said the Government will publish a consultation on the best way to ensure people are not auto-enrolled into higher charging schemes.
Chief executive Joanne Segars has hinted the trade body could move into the annuity broking market
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Women need greater control over their finances to close the pension gap, but they can only do so much says Amanda Newman Smith.
Report raises concerns about high-charging legacy schemes, poor governance standards and a lack of transparency over pension fees and costs.
People need to get the right information and advice at the right time.
Drawdown changes and the increase in gilt yields mean women retirees can boost pension income by 67 per cent on last year