After a disastrous night for Labour and the Liberal Democrats, we are several steps closer to knowing the identity of the next pensions minister.
Legal & General is focusing on new areas including lifetime mortgages and equity release in the face of falling individual annuity sales following the pension reforms.
Ros Altmann is to be nominated as a Conservative peer and will be made a minister with responsibility for consumer protection if the party wins next month's general election.
The pensions and ISA regimes should be unified as the next logical step in the evolution of UK savings culture, Michael Johnson has said.
Retirement Planner, a sister title of Investment Week, has launched a new website dedicated to keeping advisers up to speed with the latest pension changes.
An investor survey conducted by Legg Mason has revealed only 15% of UK investors are looking to buy a multi-asset fund upon retirement.
Vanguard Asset Management is to expand its range of passive products for the retirement market after the introduction of pension freedoms detailed in this year's Budget.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has made it a requirement for firms to rank their annuity products against their peers and simplify the information they give to consumers in the form of wake-up packs.
The regulator has encouraged people to seek independent financial advice if approached about investing their pension, as it warned of a rise in potential scams ahead of April's pensions freedoms.
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The government is considering making regulated financial advice a requirement for people looking to sell their annuity contracts, Budget documents reveal.
Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed retirees will be allowed to sell their annuity contracts for cash from April 2016 without facing "punitive tax charges".
Lifetime allowance cut is tax grab with both hands
The lifetime pension saving allowance has been cut from £1.25m to £1m in the Budget today.
Will pension reforms be a damp squib for fund groups?
More than half a million people will be able to take advantage of the government's changing regulation around pensions from 6 April, according to latest official estimates.
A look back at investment trends over the past 30 years highlights a number of key events which significantly affected investors' behaviour.
Consumer champion Which? was one of just two organisations told about the pension reforms before last year's Budget, the organisation's executive director has said.
Profits at Partnership Assurance dropped 51% to £64m in 2014 due to falling individual annuity sales in the wake of the Budget reforms, latest results show.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have added to disclosure pressures by asking whether forthcoming reporting requirements for pension schemes should be extended to fund groups themselves.
Access to non-standard asset investing in self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) could be curtailed by the latest Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) ruling, which places liability for investment losses on financial advisers, according to Dentons'...
Hargreaves Lansdown has unveiled a low-cost drawdown plan, charging no set-up or income withdrawal fees, ahead of the 6 April pensions reforms.
Retirees will have little comeback if they receive poor guidance outside of the Treasury's Pension Wise service, lawyers have warned.
Old Mutual Wealth is to launch a flexi-access drawdown facility on its Collective Retirement Account ahead of pensions freedom on 6 April.