Nigel Farage will remain the leader of Ukip after the party rejected his resignation. Farage announced he would step down on Friday after failing to win the seat of South Thanet, as he had promised in the run up to the general election. But Ukip’s national executive committee has “unanimously” rejected his resignation, saying the […]
The FCA needs to urgently clarify when new advice requirements on pension transfers will be applied, organisations across the pensions industry are warning. In its response to the regulator’s consultation on changes to pension transfer rules, the National Association of Pension Funds says conflicting definitions of money purchase benefits risk confusing when advice needs to […]
Bank has set aside £856m for litigation and conduct issues.
Sesame Bankhall has confirmed it has chosen Instrinsic as its preferred partner for investment and pension appointed representatives who choose to leave the network following its closure. Last month, Money Marketing revealed that Sesame was planning the tie-up with the Old Mutual-owned network after it closed for business to investment advisers. Following the restructure of […]
New research has revealed that the highest percentage of opt-out rates in auto-enrolment is made up of 22- to 30-year-olds (28.49 per cent of 2,102 people surveyed, who chose to opt out of schemes, were in this age bracket).
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