Tom Selby joined Money Marketing in October 2010 as pensions reporter. After completing an economics degree at the University of Newcastle, Tom joined institutional pensions magazine Professional Pensions in September 2009 as a senior correspondent. Tom won the Headlinemoney trade pensions journalist of the year award for 2011 and 2012 and was Association of British Insurers life and protection journalist of the year for 2011.
The pensions minister speaks to Money Marketing about pension liberation, consultancy charging and pension charge caps.
The Pensions Policy Institute says the reforms will reduce the average value of a member’s pension from 23 per cent of salary to 15 per cent of salary.
James Hay has reported a 125 per cent increase in first quarter Sipp sales, from 560 last year to 1,260 this year.
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- Intrinsic sets aside £2m for complaints as profits rocket
- Aviva reports 18% rise in new business profits
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- DWP bans consultancy charging for auto-enrolment
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- City of London Police makes pension liberation arrests