Aviva has bought ING Group’s £30m pension fund business and its holding company in Russia.
The Bank of England monetary policy committee has held the bank rate at 0.5 per cent and will push ahead with its quantitative easing programme.
The state of the economy has both brought to light and perpetuated the growing spate of mortgage fraud cases in the UK.
Seventy per cent of consumers purchasing a critical illness policy believe that they are being given advice during an execution-only sale, according to FSA research.
By Kunal Desai, head of Indian equities, Neptune Since the election of Narendra Modi as prime minister in May 2014, Indian equities have gone on to outperform both developed and emerging markets. A busy period of governmental and economic reforms, a lower oil price and falling political risk have been the primary drivers over this […]
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An influential Government committee has written to the FCA outlining its concerns that the regulator’s protection of British Steel Pension Scheme members remains ‘grossly inadequate’. In a 15 December letter to FCA supervision director Megan Butler, work and pensions committee chair Frank Field says it is apparent there are “insufficient protections” in place to prevent […]
The Government will lower the age at which people be auto-enrolled into a workplace pension from 22 to 18 as part of the 2017 review into auto-enrolment. The proposal, due to take effect from the mid-2020s, is part of a package of measures the government wants to introduce to improve the coverage of workplace pensions. […]