How asset managers are meeting the pensions challenge
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The spectre of pension reforms
Legal & General is to close its with-profits fund to new business after interest waned post-RDR.
Pension providers must ask clients a set of key questions before they access their pension pot and should also highlight the benefits of regulated advice, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.
Partnership Assurance Group, the enhanced annuity specialist, has scrapped plans to issue bonds despite "significant interest" from investors.
Schroders has launched a fund to help defined contribution (DC) members coming up to retirement take advantage of incoming Budget flexibilities.
Risk-managed funds will overtake annuities to become the preferred retirement income strategy over the next decade, according to an Aegon adviser survey.
Steve Webb's plan to extend pension freedoms to all retirees, creating a market for annuity resales, is well-meaning but unlikely to work in practice, Fidelity retirement director Alan Higham has said.
Retirees who had already purchased an annuity may be able to benefit from the pension freedoms announced at last year's Budget by selling theirs to the highest bidder.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) must establish a ‘second line of defence' for retirees ahead of pension freedom or the industry faces another major mis-selling scandal, according to MPs.
Aviva has written to advisers outlining its views on the challenges facing Mark Barnett, following a review of how he runs funds previously managed by Neil Woodford.
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Legal & General (L&G) has secured a £2.5bn bulk annuity deal with the TRW pension scheme, taking total annuity transactions to £8.3bn year to date.
The Treasury is to give savers more freedom over how they take a tax-free lump sum from their pension pot.
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Association of British Insurers(ABI) director general Otto Thoresen is to step down in 2015 to chair the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST).
M&G reported a net outflow of more than £1bn in the UK during the first nine months of the year, although this was offset by strong sales in Continental Europe, the group said.
Up to 200,000 people will cash in their pension next year, netting the Treasury an additional £1.6bn in tax, according to research from Hargreaves Lansdown.
Fund managers must answer the government's "big questions" on pension reforms, Henderson's head of UK retail Simon Hillenbrand has said.
Pensions freedom: Opportunities come with pitfalls
The retirement guidance guarantee will not be delivered by the Money Advice Service (MAS), the Treasury has said, in a reversal of the government's previous announcement.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has made a plea to the next elected government to not make any more changes to pension legislation or even appoint a pensions minister.