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Pension tracing failures: Expats lose £850m

About 250,000 expat pensioners are missing out on as much as £850m in lost pension benefits simply because UK pension scheme trustees...

Govt guarantees state pension triple lock until 2020

The government has pledged to keep the triple lock on state pension increases until 2020...
Making it work: Getting the most out of pensions freedom

Two-thirds of DC pension schemes offering pension freedoms

Two-thirds of DC pension schemes are offering members the chance to access the freedom and choice reforms launched last month, according...

PFS warns on ‘rising danger’ of unregulated financial activity

The danger of consumers falling into non-regulated financial advice is increasing and the government must...

Pension freedoms bring difficult retirement income decisions

I have been out and about talking to advisers quite a lot recently and although the pension reforms are generally well received, there are...

Towry to move 4,000 SIPP clients to James Hay

Wealth manager Towry is to move its self-invested personal pension (SIPP) clients onto the James...

Auto-enrolment is about to get personal

As we approach the early swell of SMEs staging for auto-enrolment, I want to highlight a few surprises in store for your clients, and...

Pensions Management Institute launches DC governance qualification

The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has launched its latest qualification, a certificate in defined contribution (DC) governance.

Mandatory advice infuriates defined benefit savers as freedom trends emerge

Almost one in ten calls to Fidelity Worldwide Investment's pensions hotline is from a defined benefit client...

Ros Altmann hopeful on ‘secondary’ market for annuitants

Ros Altmann, the new pensions minister, has told annuitants she...
 

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