Updates in 2017

Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management, has made a tactical change to the asset allocation of the Governed Portfolios (GPs) and Governed Retirement Income Portfolios (GRIPs).

Three million workers missing out on £2 billion of 'buy-one, get-one free cash' from their employers

Royal London Asset Management's Head of Multi Asset shares his thoughts about the hung parliament.

Our new research has found huge variations in retirement outcomes for future generations based on the choices they make in a world of Defined Contribution saving.

Quarterly update from Head of Multi Asset at RLAM, Trevor Greetham

A number of regulatory papers focusing on DB pension schemes have been released over the last six months. Justin Corliss, Business Development Manager, summarises the main points.

The tables used for capped drawdown maximum income calculations have been updated. We look at the reasons for the change and what the impact could be.

800,000 people at risk of being over-taxed on their pensions – Steve Webb, Royal London Director of Policy writes

New HMRC figures show number of ‘mothers missing out on millions’ in pension rights has doubled in two years – Steve Webb

Families face shock five-figured tax bills after death of a loved one – Steve Webb writes

Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management, has made a tactical change to the asset allocation of the Governed Portfolios (GPs).

This special edition of Leading Edge features highlights from the presenters at RLAM's 2017 Investment Conference.

Relevant planholders will be sent their statement packs in June 2017.

Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management, has made a tactical change to the asset allocation of the Governed Portfolios (GPs) and Governed Retirement Income Portfolios (GRIPs).

There’s sometimes confusion around what triggers the money purchase annual allowance. Find out what does and what doesn’t trigger the MPAA.

In her final article for Royal London, Fiona Tait reviews key changes she believes have (or will) transform pensions.

Independent Governance Committee annual report 2016 published- Royal London continues to provide value for money to its workplace pension customers

Royal London Target Lifestyles win Corporate Adviser Ultimate Default Fund of the Year 2017.

More people are using income drawdown than ever before so it's not surprising that for many of you retirement planning often accounts for the largest slice of your business income.

Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management, has made a tactical change to the asset allocation of the Governed Portfolios (GPs).

Watch a recording of this webinar which took place on 30 March 2017.

We’ve made improvements to our pension online service login experience.

In November last year, the FCA announced that from 31 March 2017, early exit pension charges will be capped at 1% for those customers who are eligible to access their retirement savings from age of 55.

Fiona Tait takes a closer look at the Department for Work & Pensions’ forthcoming review of automatic enrolment

Jamie Clark gives the lowdown on what happens when an employer fails to pay auto-enrolment fines.

Trevor Greetham reveals why clients should be seriously concerned when short-term holdings of cash turn into a long-term investment.

Royal London reaches £1bn milestone of assets under management for the Governed Retirement Income Portfolios.

The DGS is more than just a pretty website, it can help you to target those clients who are most likely to be affected by the proposed cut in the Money Purchase Annual Allowance MPAA).

Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management, has made a tactical change to the asset allocation of the Governed Portfolios (GPs) and Governed Retirement Income Portfolios (GRIPs).

Further to its investigation into the collapse of BHS and the impact on its pension scheme, the Work and Pensions Select Committee sets out its recommendation for defined benefits (DB) schemes going forward. We take a look at the main findings.

We look at how higher DB transfer values could cause a lifetime allowance issue and how that affects the advice process.

Do guarantees benefit customers and if so, when? To answer this conundrum we commissioned Millimans, a global actuarial consulting firm, to conduct an independent review of the UK retirement income market and whether guarantees really do offer customers better value for money.

Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management tells us why 2016 was the best year for multi asset returns since 2009.

In September 2016 we told you about our updated annuity bureau process, and since then we’ve added more providers to our panel.

Please join us from 9.30–10.30am on Thursday 9 February 2017 for a webinar.

Last updated: 12 May 2017

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