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Standard Life chief executive David Nish to exit

Standard Life chief executive David Nish is to step down after running the provider for...

RP Forum: Steve Webb confident on annuity trade-in plan

The creation of a second-hand annuity market is guaranteed to happen, according to former pensions...

Pension liberation fraud cases rise as ‘freedoms’ commence

There were more than 750 reported cases of pension liberation fraud last year, an increase...

Pension pots should be ‘smartphone app friendly’

Individuals should be able to stay on top of how their pension pots are invested using a smartphone app, according to...

Best age to get retirement financial advice is 25, study finds

The best age to get financial advice about retirement is when you're 25 - but people tend to leave it ten...

Revealed: Retirement Planner Awards 2015 winners

Five outstanding retirement advice firms were honoured at the Retirement Planner Awards 2015.

How to help clients avoid dreaded pension scams

The pension reforms, announced in March 2014 and enacted this April, have increased the opportunities for clients to take funds out of their pension...

Chancellor reveals £1bn cashed in since pensions freedom

The Chancellor has told the House of Commons 60,000 savers have taken out a total...

Insistent clients: FCA’s Percival flags historic poor advice examples

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has highlighted shortcomings in the way some advisers have handled...

Rallying cry: Advisers should lead the decumulation charge

Decumulation is a much-misunderstood word. (Even your spellchecker doesn't understand it!) For too long, the pension industry has been guilty of looking at decumulation as...
 

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Stephen McPhillips: The numbers game of SIPP consolidation

Stephen McPhillips explores the consolidation in the SIPP market and warns if deals are going ahead largely to drive client numbers ever skywards what follows might not be a pleasant experience for either client or adviser.