TPR chair appointed for second term

Mark Boyle will serve a second term as non-executive chair of The Pensions Regulator, the Department for Work and Pensions has announced. Boyle’s second term will start from 1 April 2018 for the three years to 31 March 2021. TPR chief executive Lesley Titcomb welcomed Boyle’s reappointment. She says: “Mark has been our chair since […]

Aviva plans to phase in new platform after migration blackout

Aviva has pledged to have the full version of its new platform up and running imminently after a blackout period over the weekend. The provider scheduled five days of downtime from last Wednesday through to Monday, but advisers have complained to Money Marketing that the platform was not accepting applications or running quotes as of […]

Tenet hires MD for mortgage and protection network

Tenet has hired Simon Broadley as adviser propositions director as well as to lead its mortgage and protection network, Tenet Lime. In his adviser-focused role, Broadley will be responsible for working on what Tenet offers to its members. Broadley joined Tenet on 4 January from Yorkshire Building Society Group where his most recent role was […]

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FSCS calls for Sipp provider responsibility challenged by trade body

Sipp operators have no proven responsibility to conduct due diligence on investments, a trade body has said, as it warns the Financial Services Compensation Scheme is taking the wrong approach by making them foot the bill for redress claims. The Association of Member-Directed Pension Schemes has written to the lifeboat fund on the back of its […]


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