Steve Webb explains why over a million workers need to know about it, and what to do.
Helping your clients manage their money in retirement would be a lot easier if we, or they, knew how long they were likely to live.
From DB transfers to Brexit: Steve Webb considers the big stories in pensions from the last 12 months.
Steve Webb looks at how advisers differ in their approach to pension transfer and whether there's a need for standardisation.
Our policy paper helps pension trustees steer the right course in a world of large-scale DB pension transfers.
We look at why your clients should consider topping up their state pension to get more out of it.
Our latest policy paper looks at the potential impact of the upcoming statutory phasing increase, and how to help your clients.
Steve Webb offers a potential solution to the issue of funding long-term care, by asking whether it’s time for the ‘care pension’.
Steve Webb examines auto enrolment so far and explains the impact of the upcoming statutory phasing increases on your clients.
Watch a recording of our Pension Landscape webinar with Steve Webb, Director of Policy at Royal London.
Our new analysis has highlighted the fiscal pressures on the Chancellor due to a combination of spending pressures, revenue shortfalls and an...
Read our research paper, providing insight to millennials' attitudes and behaviours around saving for retirement.
Our latest policy paper reveals what the fall in the savings ratio does (and doesn’t) mean.
Three million workers missing out on £2 billion of 'buy-one, get-one free cash' from their employers
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
Director of Policy and External Communications
Steve Webb is now Director of Policy and External Communications at Royal London. Before this he was Minister of State for Pensions between 2010 and 2015, the longest-serving holder of the post. During that time he implemented major reforms to the state pension system, oversaw the successful introduction of auto enrolment and played a key role in the new pension freedoms implemented in April 2015.