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Pot follows member won’t engage savers, warns Tom McPhail

Pot follows member, which will see savers' pensions move with them when they change jobs, will do little to engage people with...

Older workers could provide ‘£100bn economic boost’

Britain could unlock a £100bn economic boost by tapping into an ageing workforce, according to a report. Accounting giant PwC, which conducted...

Steve Webb: ‘Still much to do’ on pensions policy

When I took up the post of pensions minister in 2010, I sought at an early stage to describe the pensions...

July Budget 2015: Why it’s happening and what to expect

A week after the Conservative Party's surprise election win and just two months after delivering his Budget for the year, Chancellor...

NEST launches retirement income strategy ‘blueprint’

NEST, the auto-enrolment defined contribution (DC) pension scheme, has launched a retirement income strategy blueprint...

Consumer protection: Words of warning on second-hand annuities

Not so long ago the idea of allowing people to sell their annuities might have been considered radical, perhaps even fanciful. Today we need to...

Catch up: Five retirement stories you might have missed

The biggest stories on Professional Pensions this week involved a threat to salary sacrifice from the Chancellor, pension scam firms in...

Blog: ‘They don’t understand the property side of SIPPs’

The self-invested personal pension (SIPP) industry welcomed the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) proposed changes to the capital adequacy rules recently announced. This follows the consultation...
Behavioural finance: What would you choose?

FCA’s David Geale says new challenge is matching right advisers with savers

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) policy director David Geale has dismissed concerns some retirees have been...

CII considers pensions freedom exam for frontline provider staff

The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is considering launching a qualification for product providers' staff who...
 

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