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Former pensions minister Steve Webb is on the verge of joining Royal London, a company which last year criticised his charge cap policy as "headline-grabbing", according to reports.
Gregg McClymont, Labour's former pensions spokesman, has joined Aberdeen Asset Management as head of retirement savings.
The government has delayed the launch of a secondary annuity market amid concerns about consumer protection, it has said in its Budget document out today.
A shift from an 'EET' to a ‘TEE' tax system could save the government £10bn a year, academic Michael Johnson has said.
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Hargreaves Lansdown has launched a low-cost retirement planning service aimed at filling the advice gap between Pension Wise and regulated financial advice.
Five outstanding retirement advice firms were honoured at the Retirement Planner Awards 2015.
The government is to examine whether savers looking to take advantage of the pension 'freedoms' introduced in April face "excessive" early exit charges.
The Chancellor has told the House of Commons 60,000 savers have taken out a total of £1bn since April, when pensions freedom came into effect.
Rupert Harrison, former chief of staff to Chancellor George Osborne, is joining BlackRock to help develop its retirement proposition.
The government has pledged to keep the triple lock on state pension increases until 2020 and to leave pensioner benefits such as the winter fuel allowance untouched.
New pensions minister Ros Altmann must continue with the package of bold reforms that her predecessor began and focus on encouraging a "rebirth of savings culture" in the UK, Michael Johnson has said.
Insurer Zurich is to pass its £1.2bn legacy annuities business covering 28,000 clients to specialist Rothesay Life.
Ros Altmann has been named as the next pensions minister, replacing Steve Webb.
After a disastrous night for Labour and the Liberal Democrats, we are several steps closer to knowing the identity of the next pensions minister.