The pension transfer market maintained its level of performance in Q2 2020 – the heart of the lockdown period – showing continued market resilience, according to Origo.
The pensions industry should expect a busy rest of the year as work on the pensions dashboard begins to ramp up, according to Pensions Dashboard Programme (PDP) principal Chris Curry.
Structured products are “an accident waiting to happen” for many retirees, with the inflexible terms and conditions of the product likely to have left investors exposed to losses following this year’s sell-off, according to 7IM.
Pensions Ombudsman Anthony Arter has raised concerns about the increase in pension scam activity during the coronavirus pandemic in a virtual meeting with the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC).
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Lisa Webster looks at late protection applications in her latest article for Retirement Planner.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has confirmed a stamp duty holiday in a bid to boost movement in the housing market.
Government plans to create jobs for 16-to-24-year-olds will see the state paying employer pension contributions, it is expected.
With renewed calls for a flat rate tax relief in the wake of the pandemic and ahead of the so-called "mini-budget" on 8 July, Neil MacGillivray probes the government’s proposals and the mess that could ensue for DB schemes…
The Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) has launched a formal call for input, seeking industry views on data standards for the initial dashboards.