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Bob Champion: Getting it right for vulnerable customers

Vulnerable customers are a high priority and we can all expect to hear a lot more about them, writes Bob Champion

Birmingham adviser firm defaults after store pods SIPP advice

Birmingham-based adviser firm Anthony Feeney Financial Services has entered administration following a number of pension and investment claims made against it.

Chancellor to ‘usher in decade of renewal’ in 11 March Budget

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid has today (7 January) announced the next Budget will take place on Wednesday 11 March.

Defaqto publishes pension freedoms and risk guide

Financial information firm Defaqto has released a guide on balancing pension freedoms and risk in the modern advice world.

Greg Neilson: What advisers need to know about annuities in later life

Greg Neilson discusses the impact cognitive ageing has on older consumers' ability to engage with financial services and how annuities have a key role to play in later life planning

Stephen McPhillips: What now for non-standard assets?

Uncertainty linked to non-standard SIPP investment lingers but client demand remains. Robust provider due diligence is the key, writes Stephen McPhillips

Adrian Boulding: Pensions bill to strengthen TPR powers

Adrian Boulding looks at the latest Pension Schemes Bill, which is set to become law this year, and asks if increased regulatory powers will ensure workers’ benefits are better protected

Quilter completes £445m sale of assurance business

The sale of Quilter's life assurance business to ReAssure has been confirmed.

Nick Homer: The new financial priority

Nick Homer explores the ‘dramatic shift’ in workers’ financial priorities revealed in Zurich’s in-depth protection report. As pension saving becomes a priority for many, should protection follow?

Govt reintroduces pension schemes bill in Queen’s Speech

The government will reintroduce the pension schemes bill as part of an “ambitious programme of domestic reform”, the Queen’s Speech confirmed today.

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