Sale part of ongoing restructure.
Scottish tax powers could cause pension admin headaches.
Now: Pensions and The People’s Pension say an independent body should be established to monitor Nest.
ABI figures reveal extent of loss of appetite for standard annuities.
The Government is set to extend the Budget pension flexibilities to overseas savings vehicles after holding crunch talks with the industry.
Disproportionate cost for advisers undermines guidance proposals, says Apfa.
Annuity sales halved following the Budget in March.
Insurers have held behind-closed-doors meetings about the political risk attached to Chancellor George Osborne’s pension revolution.
Fit and proper test could catch out schemes without professional administrators.
Charity warns new independent governance committees are conflicted and lack the power to hold providers to account.
Aegon has launched a new multi-asset income fund aimed at the post-pensions shake up retirement market.
Deal will see the firm adopt platform-style capabilities for its pension customers.
Friends Life, L&G and Zurich customers will have real time data on their pension pots.
TIAA-CREF opens asset management office in London.
Insurance giant Prudential says group advice sessions could be “hugely beneficial” as a tool to help plug the UK savings gap.
AJ Bell client services director Eddie McGuire has left the firm following a restructure of the business.
Default journey merges accumulation and decumulation products.
Aegon has raised fears regulatory arbitrage could see Budget guidance guarantee delivery partners MAS and TPAS able to go further than private sector providers.
Experts say measures to stop people exploiting tax relief on pension contributions go against the logic of the Government’s effort to solve the problem of small pension pots.
McFarlane will replace Sir David Walker as chairman of Barclays in April
Report will assess implications of the Budget and plans for collective schemes.
Insurer draws up plans for new life company registered in England.
New group would have over two million customers.
Labour peer Lord Kennedy says FCA’s expectation that those delivering guidance set their own standards is not good enough.
Advisers have urged policymakers to ignore calls from Aegon to scrap a new pension withdrawal option
Year-on-year sales nearly half, official ABI figures show.
Redundancies are a possibility despite confirmation that restrictions on the scheme will be lifted.
FOS looks again at decision which has significant implications for advisers and Sipp providers.
Advisers critical of provider services as smaller employers reach staging dates.
The Edinburgh-based insurer has been outspoken about the uncertainty a Yes vote will create for the financial services sector.
Pensions expert says customers “won’t be happy” with the limits of the guidance guarantee.
Mann joins The People’s Pensions provider from JLT.
Over a fifth will enter drawdown, according to Fidelity study.
Employees will join revamped DC plan.
LibDem MP warns removing restrictions before 2017 would leave Government open to a legal challenge from the pensions industry.
Party pledges to launch review on implications of introducing single rate of relief set above 20 per cent
Pensions top of savers’ list when speaking to advisers, report finds.
Documents from the European Commission raise questions over Government claims removing restrictions would “not be lawful”.
David Webster was previously workplace strategy business partner and head of commercial marketing at Standard Life.
DWP announces “technical consultation” on removing annual contribution and bulk transfer restrictions from April 2017