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  • Investment pathways - Royal London for advisers

    Investment pathways 1 December 2020 Share Share Phase 3 of the FCA’s Retirement Outcomes Review will be introduced from 1 February 2021. This phase focuses on: The introduction of ‘investment pathways’ for customers entering drawdown, without taking any financial advice. Making sure that customers...

  • Retirement Outcomes Review phase 3 – a reminder of what’s coming up in February 2021 - Royal London for advisers

    Retirement Outcomes Review phase 3 - a reminder of what’s coming up in February 2021 25 November 2020 The FCA published policy statement PS19/21 in January 2019, setting out phase 3 of their plan to tackle some of the issues they’ve identified in the retirement market. Phase 3 of this Retirement...

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  • Retirement Outcomes Review phase 2 – changes to drawdown key features illustrations - Royal London for advisers

    Retirement Outcomes Review phase 2 – changes to drawdown key features illustrations 2 April 2020 Share Share We’re introducing a new one-page summary and updated New Business drawdown key features illustration as a result of the FCA’s new rules on drawdown and UFPLS disclosure. The FCA published...

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  • Retirement Outcomes Review part 1 - new age-based packs - Royal London for advisers

    Retirement Outcomes Review phase 1 - new age-based packs 30 October 2019 Share Share We’re introducing new-aged based packs as a result of the FCA’s new rules on ‘wake-up packs’. The FCA published policy statement PS19/1 at the end of January 2019, looking at how they plan to tackle some...

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  • Retirement Outcomes Review – Part 1 of 2 - Royal London for advisers

    Retirement Outcomes Review - part 1 Robin Nimmo 28 May 2019 The FCA published policy statement PS19/1 at the end of January 2019 detailing the first part of its package of remedies to address the issues they identified in the retirement market. Here we take a look at what the main changes are. Wake...

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  • FCA Retirement Outcomes Review final report and consultation - Royal London for advisers

    FCA Retirement Outcomes Review final report and consultation Justin Corliss 26 July 2018 Share Share Justin Corliss explains the recent FCA review of retirement outcomes. On 28 June the FCA released the Retirement Outcomes Review (ROR) final report along with a consultation paper CP18/17, looking...

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  • Our summary and thoughts on the FCA’s recent feedback statement 19/5: Effective competition in non-workplace pensions - Royal London for advisers

    ...to Individual Personal Pensions, Stakeholder pensions, SIPPs, FSAVCs, S32s and RACs.  You’ll have noticed decumulation products such as income drawdown aren’t included in this list of “non-workplace pensions”. That’s because they’re covered as part of the Retirement Outcomes Review - you can read...

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  • Retirement Outcomes Review – Part 2 of 2 - Royal London for advisers

    Retirement Outcomes Review - Part 2 of 2 Robin Nimmo 23 October 2019 Share Share The FCA published policy statement PS19/21 at the end of July 2019 detailing the second part of its package of remedies to address the issues it had identified in the retirement market. Here we look at the changes...

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  • Pension news from 2018 - Royal London for advisers

    ...at the planning implications of DB transfers and the LTA. FCA Retirement Outcomes Review final report and consultation Justin Corliss explains the recent FCA review of retirement outcomes. Drawdown trends and safe withdrawal rates We consider the emerging drawdown trends two years since the launch of our...

  • Watch our income drawdown CPD webinar - Royal London for advisers

    Income drawdown - the good, the bad and the ugly Hear from Craig Muir as he summarises the main concerns from the FCA in their Retirement Outcomes Review (ROR), the key changes impacting the advice process and upcoming changes.  Craig also investigates best practice in FAD file construction, what...

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  • Why are drawdown transfers few and far between? - Royal London for advisers

    ...that the FCA hasn’t been particularly vocal since the beginning of pension freedoms about what “good looks like” in at retirement advice. Regulatory thinking  COBs give advisers the nuts and bolts of it, but perhaps we need to look a little wider, to the Retirement Outcomes Review and the PROD rules...

  • Pension news from 2019 - Royal London for advisers

    , we champion the value of impartial advice, we firmly believe it creates the best outcomes for clients like yours. Recently though, it’s become clear that some of our competitors don’t value impartial advice in the same way. Retirement Outcomes Review phase 1 - new age-based packs We’re introducing...

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  • Increasing the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) Award Limits - Royal London for advisers

    ...pensions - Royal London for advisers Our summary and thoughts on the FCA’s recent feedback statement 19/5: Effective competition in non-workplace pensions Craig Muir 17 September... FCA Retirement Outcomes Review final report and consultation - Royal London for advisers FCA Retirement Outcomes...

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  • Pension product information - Royal London for advisers

    ...how comfortable your clients and their employees feel about their financial future. 17 Feb 2021 22 Feb 2021 17 Feb 2021 17 Feb 2021 New to Royal London? Why Royal London? Online service Our adviser commitments Our terms of business Technical central COVID-19 and the money purchase annual allowance (MPAA) Helping solicitors with inheritance tax and pensions FCA Retirement Outcomes Review final report and consultation...

  • 190627-London - Royal London for advisers

    ...will really start to impact more clients this tax year as we have now passed the 3rd anniversary of its introduction.  Lastly we investigate the findings of the Retirement Outcome Review and consider what impact these findings could have on the advised market. Learning outcomes: Identify the key...

  • Pensions Roadshow - Royal London for advisers

    (TAA), which will really start to impact more clients this tax year as we have now passed the 3rd anniversary of its introduction.  Lastly we investigate the findings of the Retirement Outcome Review and consider what impact these findings could have on the advised market. Learning outcomes...

  • Benefit options - Royal London for advisers

    ...at the market trends since pension freedoms began in 2015, including changes in withdrawal patterns and the consideration of changes in the demographics of UK society. Craig also talks about the retirement outcomes review (ROR), how this has changed at retirement advice and much more including best...

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  • Meet the team - Royal London for advisers

    ...and product development. He currently specialises in the savings and at retirement markets. Robin's latest articles  FCA review of the financial advice market DB pension transfer advice consultation Retirement Outcomes Review - Part 2 of 2 Retirement Outcomes Review - part 1 Increasing the Financial...

  • Why transfers in drawdown (TIDs) will be a key theme for advisers and the industry - Royal London for advisers

    And finally there's growing compliance and regulatory pressure on reviewing providers as customers move into drawdown and take income. The FCA’s Retirement Outcomes Review sought to improve transparency and disclosure to drawdown customers. The review was primarily concerned with the non-advised...

  • Pensions Roadshow Bristol - Royal London for advisers

    Actuarial Department’s most recent Quinquennial Review. Next we consider the Retirement Outcome Review from the interim report in 2017 to policy statement PS19/21 released in July 2019. We explore the key changes resulting from the review and the impact these are likely to have on both advised and non...

  • CRPs and Covid-19 - Royal London for advisers

    ...be improved over both the short and long term.   Ultimately, advisers need to demonstrate that their process is robust and set-up to deliver good client outcomes and also against client expectations. In the current environment, it makes perfect sense to review the robustness and appropriateness...

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  • Covid-19 – advising through the storm - Royal London for advisers

    ...income requirements have actually increased, have a discussion with the client and review their plan to determine whether they can take additional risk to achieve a more sustainable level of income. 3. Time to consider a centralised retirement proposition (CRP) approach? The argument for adopting...

  • Investment overview - Royal London for advisers

    ...constantly in line with their risk appetite. Targeted outcomes Lifestyle strategies reduce risk as clients get closer to retirement and target specific desired client outcomes. Robust governance process We have a robust governance process and take responsibility for reviewing and monitoring all...

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  • The rise (and expected rise) of CRPs - Royal London for advisers

    ...about how you are managing these risks for them and striving for stronger client outcomes. As I highlighted in the previous piece, a CRP approach is about much more than just the investment solution being used. It’s about the retirement product, the use of planning tools to help you mitigate issues...

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  • FCA financial advice market review - Royal London for advisers

    FCA review of the financial advice market Robin Nimmo 23 December 2019 Share Share The FCA is reviewing the impact that the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) and Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR) have had on improving customer outcomes from financial advice and guidance. We consider some...

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  • Investment pathways - Royal London for advisers

    Investment pathways Investment pathways have been introduced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to help improve retirement outcomes for customers who want to flexibly access their pension savings. What are investment pathways? Investment pathways are investment solutions, designed to meet...

  • Financial planning tool - Royal London for advisers

    ...possible outcomes. Q. Finally, how does our ‘retirement planning tool’ play into all of this? The tool does everything that we’ve just discussed. It’s fully integrated with our specially designed investment products, and it is powered by Moody’s stochastic model which we use to stress test...

  • De(CIP)hering CRPs - Royal London for advisers

    ...which can range from a multi-asset solution to a discretionary mandate. The process remains robust, structured and is subject to an ongoing review. This consistent approach can help advisers deliver some really good client outcomes in the accumulation phase. However, the CIP model may not be a good...

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  • Our investment process - Royal London for advisers

    Governed Range of portfolios and lifestyle strategies are designed to have a formal review process to ensure they continue to provide an asset allocation depending on your client's attitude to risk and time to retirement. And our governance promise means that all of our investment options have a formal...

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  • CRPs – retirement planning’s final frontier? - Royal London for advisers

    CRPs – retirement planning’s final frontier? Ryan Medlock 8 September 2020 Share Share Are CRPs really the Holy Grail for retirement planning or is it simply marketing spin for a fancy CIP? It’s certainly a debate worth wading into… We are seeing an increase in the number of advisers who believe...

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  • Discuss the right investment option - Royal London for advisers

    Discuss the right investment option Here you'll find a range of client facing material for you to directly use with your clients - covering the basics of investing for your retirement, client review letters and a simple to understand investment guide. Client review letter (word doc 28KB) A letter...

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  • Managing money in retirement - Royal London for advisers

    Managing money in retirement 29 April 2019 Share Share Savers now have more flexibility than ever before in retirement. Of course, this comes with greater responsibility and more scope to make mistakes. Here we look at some of the key considerations when it comes to investing in retirement...

  • Reminding trustees of their new responsibilities - Royal London for advisers

    Reminding trustees of their new responsibilities 4 December 2015 On 6 April 2015 new legislation came into force that introduced new responsibilities for trustees of occupational money purchase pension schemes.  Available material Advisers Adviser letter Trustees Trustee letter - Retirement...

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  • Our product approval process - Royal London for advisers

    ...and adviser value statements, which aim to deliver the right outcomes for our customers. We regularly review our products to make sure they deliver fair value and continue to meet the needs of the target market. More information You can find details of the target markets for each of our products here. If you think a product’s failing to meet customers’ needs, you should speak to your usual Royal London contact.

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  • How sustainable is your client’s cash flow? - Royal London for advisers

    ...income and achieve better outcomes. Over 1/3 of the customers registered on our DGS system are invested in GRIPs Helping demonstrate to advisers that GRIPs are helping them manage and maintain their client’s income in retirement. Almost 37% of our customers in Income Release are taking a regular...

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  • What does value for money in a DC default look like? - Royal London for advisers

    ...and Independent Governance Committees (IGCs) are keen to evidence it. But what is it and can it really be measured? In reality value for money means different things to different people and quite rightly so. A member who is approaching retirement will value different benefits to a member who is just...

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  • With freedom comes responsibility - Royal London for advisers

    ...ignore the longer term benefits of diversification. Sequencing risk gradually becomes more and more important as retirement age approaches, and so the risk of poor outcomes for members gets greater and greater. The decade of stockmarket growth that we have enjoyed to date means no-one has seen...

  • Review service - Royal London for advisers

    Client review service Whether your clients are preparing for retirement, taking tax-free cash or a regular income, you can use our client review service to conduct a cost-effective review service that hits all the right notes. You can create branded, visual reports which delve further into the year...

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  • Centralised retirement propositions - Royal London for advisers

    ...and integrating these models within formal advice processes. CPD learning outcomes - 60 minutes After watching this webinar you'll be able to: Recognise the FCA’s concerns about retirement income advice. Develop an understanding of the relationship between the PROD rules, centralised investment propositions...

  • British Steel Pension Scheme independent review - Royal London for advisers

    ...transferring, which was out of scope of the ‘time to choose’ exercise and could lead to poor member outcomes in future years. Source: The Pensions Regulator, Independent review of communications and support given to British Steel Pension Scheme members, January 2019 Related content show more British...

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