The six million people in defined benefit pension schemes who could be enticed by the high transfer values on offer are causing much consternation among parliamentarians, the regulator and financial advisers. The FCA has found a significant proportion of transfer advice to be unsuitable or questionable. Its latest consultation suggests big changes to the way […]
St James’s Place advisers were “very active” in the promotion of cash equivalent transfer values during a consultation to close a defined benefit scheme at British Airways last year. A letter published by the work and pensions select committee sheds light on the activity of advisers when BA consulted members about the closure of the […]
Judges have questioned the FCA over why it chose to pursue a junior trader rather than going after more senior staff in its Libor-rigging probe. An Upper Tribunal ruling yesterday poses challenges over former UBS trader Arif Hussein’s pursuit by the regulator. The ruling describes Hussein as “relatively junior” and says he only took part in […]
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