News 18 Sep 17
Insurers in passporting rights plea to chancellor
Potential problems making pension and insurance payments post Brexit has prompted one member of parliament fight for clarity and the life industry pledge to engage with HM Treasury and EU partners to resolve passporting issues ahead of March 2019.
News 11 Sep 17
Brexit to hit three times more British than EU pensioners
There are three times as many Brits over the age of 65 living in other European Union countries than vice versa but they are showing little inclination to rush home ahead of Brexit, figures from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggest.
News 8 Sep 17
No cold calling ban but Finance Bill rolls out key reforms
The latest UK Finance Bill has not included a ban on pensions cold calling but has reduced the non-domicile threshold and implemented cuts to the money purchase annual and tax-free dividend allowances.
News 5 Sep 17
Anti-scam warnings on fake pension websites tricking investors
Rogue pension websites are carrying anti-scam messages to try to trick UK consumers into believing that they are legitimate businesses, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has warned.
Gallery 30 Aug 17
Multi-asset class takes the crown in drawdown market boom
While the number of retirees opting for drawdown has more than trebled since the introduction of the pension freedoms, retiring investors are choosing funds with long-term investment targets to meet near-term income needs, research from Dutch insurer and pension provider Aegon shows.