The European Court of Human Rights has rejected an appeal by expatriate pensioners calling for payments to rise with inflation.
Aviva has called on the FSA to review the combined effects of pension reform and consultancy charging, warning it is likely to reduce choice and access to advice in the group personal pensions market.
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An Alliance & Leicester reg-ional manager has been jailed for 20 months for defrauding customers out of £140,000. Christine Dunford, 53, who worked for Alliance & Leicester in Southampton, admitted a series of theft charges when she appeared before Southampton Crown Court on March 11. The court heard that Dunford, who had worked for Alliance […]
Outgoing Royal Bank of Scotland deputy chief executive Gordon Pell is walking away with a bigger pension than former boss Sir Fred Goodwin, according to the Times.
As part of the Budget speech, the chancellor announced the launch of a formal consultation on the structure of UK pensions tax reliefs.
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