Economy undeterred by Brexit clouds

Britain’s economy rebounded in the second quarter despite Brexit uncertainty according to Office for National Statistics figures published today. GDP expanded by 0.4 per cent in April to June, but on an annual basis the growth rate picked up 1.3 per cent in the second quarter. This was only a touch above a nearly six-year low […]


Guidance body grows board as October launch looms

The Pensions Advisory Service chair Ann Harris and non-executive director of the Money Advice Service Mike Dailly have been appointed as non-executive directors of the new Single Financial Guidance Body. The body is expected to launch on 1 October with Harris and Dailly’s appointments to start immediately. The single body brings together MAS, Pension Wise […]

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Royal London urges govt to save pensions dashboard

Royal London chief executive Phil Loney has pressed government to commit to the pensions dashboard project, saying the initiative will bring UK savers in line with other countries. In July, The Times reported secretary of state for work and pensions Esther McVey was considering shelving the dashboard because it is not the government’s responsibility. A […]


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