A UK referendum on EU membership must be brought forward to 2016, according to Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham. Shadow health secretary Burnham, who is one of four candidates running for Labour’s leadership following the resignation of Ed Miliband, described himself as staunchly pro-Europe, and pledged to embrace public desire for a vote. David Cameron’s […]
Discretionary investment manager Tilney for Intermediaries has appointed Mark Coles as director for financial intermediaries. Coles joins from Cofunds where he was head of business partnerships. Previously, he was head of business partnerships at Architas and investment strategy manager at Axa Wealth. In his new role Coles will report into head of Tilney for Intermediaries […]
There was a time when announcing a pension seminar was a sure fire way of emptying a room. Today things are different. Pension seminars are packed to the rafters with people absolutely hooked on getting details of the new freedoms. How times change. While I am pretty happy with the way this has turned out […]
Increasing auto-enrolment contributions, reforming tax relief and extending new guidance service Pension Wise should be priorities for the new pensions minister, say industry experts. This week former Saga director general and older workers’ champion Ros Altmann was appointed pensions minister as part of the Government’s reshuffle. The pensions industry wasted no time in setting out […]
The tables used for capped drawdown maximum income calculations have been updated. We look at the reasons for the change and what the impact could be.
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