Lawyers Paul Edmondson and Pippa Tasker look at the FCA's latest Business Plan and pull out five key points to take away...
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has laid out plans to better protect consumers within the funeral plans market.
The FCA must fully consider whether its ‘stronger nudge’ legislation proposals are too skewed toward promoting Pension Wise over other forms of support, Aegon says.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said that new firms wishing to gain defined benefit (DB) transfer permissions will be scrutinized.
Nick Flynn explores FOMO - fear of the open market option - something he hopes will be overcome when the FCA implements its Consumer Duty measures...
Enter now: Gold Standard Awards 2021 open for DFMs and financial advisers
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed reducing transfer times remains a key priority as it continues to back the Star Initiative and encourage all firms in the pensions sector to take part.
Corporate finance and adviser firm Alexander David Securities Limited (ADSL) has been found responsible in relation to more than £874,000-worth of unsuitable pension transfers in 26 separate and public decision notices published by the Financial Ombudsman Service.
Rachel Vahey looks at the inter-connectedness of all things pension in her latest article for RP
The FCA and TPR are asking the industry for feedback on how to improve customer decisions about pensions at key life points.