As part of our ongoing commitment to improving communications with our customers, we’ve introduced a new workplace annual statement.
Justin Corliss looks at our recent employer research with Harris Interactive on employer' experience with auto enrolment.
Robin Nimmo considers the latest FCA consultation paper on pension transfer advice.
The phrase ‘value for money’ is fast becoming a favourite phrase of the pensions industry.
Our latest policy paper looks at the potential impact of the upcoming statutory phasing increase, and how to help your clients.
Watch our new Akademia video and earn CPD points. In our latest Akademia video we discuss the opportunities the workplace pensions market represents for advisers. And what can happen when things go wrong.
Proposals to change the way auto enrolment works have been published by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Steve Webb examines auto enrolment so far and explains the impact of the upcoming statutory phasing increases on your clients.
Fiona Tait takes a closer look at the Department for Work & Pensions’ forthcoming review of automatic enrolment
The recent report from the PPI (Pensions Policy Institute) demonstrates the sheer scale of auto-enrolment so far and what we can expect in the future. We’ve pulled out the key information to save you reading the full report.
The Pension Policy Institute (PPI)’s recent report “Value for money in DC pensions” tries to identify factors by which people can assess whether their pension offers fair value for money (VFM). Fiona Tait provides an overview of the findings.
6 April 2016 brought in changes to employer duties for directors and partners in limited liability partnerships. Here we explain exactly what’s changed.
Royal London’s Submission to the Work and Pensions Committee.
Auto enrolment has been a resounding success to date. Six million more people are saving for retirement¹ and opt-out rates remain low². But what happens when you introduce a shiny new investment option aimed at some of these very savers?
On 16 February the High Court overturned the Pension Ombudsman’s decision in the case Hughes versus Royal London and ruled that we could not block a transfer request to a newly-established SSAS, despite our concerns about the appropriateness of the transfer.