In his first article for RP, Richard Bertin looks at what it takes for an industry to become a profession, which he writes, is something of a tricky transition
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has opened 67 investigations into defined benefit (DB) transfer advice misconduct claims over the past three years.
Drawdown retirees are set to be put on 'investment pathways' in a bid to secure better outcomes for all. Here Shona McCluskey assesses the changes and urges firms to consider the wider objectives
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has launched a pledge initiative to encourage everyone involved in the retirement industry to publically commit to combat scams.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been given a six-year prison sentence for failing to pay tax on income from his purchase of the failed retail giant.
Mandated changes to retirement wake-up packs introduced a year ago have so far failed to result in more retirees taking free guidance, according to provider Just Group.
Jessica List looks at the FCA's Retirement Income Market Data for 2019/20 and has a few follow up questions...
A Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) complaint against Chase de Vere has been upheld after the firm could not transfer an insistent client's final salary pension despite wording in the client services agreement indicating the client was paying for analysis and a transfer.
Proposed notice periods are intriguing, writes Alistair Wilson, but there are three problems the FCA must take the opportunity to solve...
Siobhan Barrow assesses the impact of pension freedom after five years of operation. Here she explains what advisers should be asking clients to ensure they get the most out of their retirement during these turbulent times