General and tools

CPD | MiFID - a PROD at the adviser impacts – This webinar breaks through the background noise and looks at the main adviser impacts of MiFID II - the costs and charges disclosure requirements, new PROD rules, the infamous 10% drop reporting rule and more.how bankruptcy can affect pensions

Pensions and bankruptcy

This article explores how bankruptcy can affect pensions.

Parental leave and pensions

We are often asked how parental leave impacts workplace pension schemes in terms of funding in general, auto enrolment and salary exchange. This article explains each of these.

Pensions scams

An explanation of pension scams and pension liberation and how they work.

Power of attorney

Powers of attorney are a valuable tool that helps vulnerable people have their affairs managed before or when they have lost mental capacity.

The following guides help people who work in regulated markets learn about:

  • Lasting powers of attorney (LPAs)
  • Enduring powers of attorney (EPAs)
  • Deputy court orders

There are different laws and processes in England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

England and Wales

The following guide only covers powers of attorney registered in England and Wales and court orders issued in England and Wales.

Office of the Public Guardian (OPG18)

Scotland

For information about powers of attorney in Scotland

Public Guardian - Scotland

Northern Ireland

For information about powers of attorney in Northern Ireland.

NI Direct.gov.uk

Stakeholder pensions

This analysis looks at some of the more technical requirements that apply to stakeholder pensions.

Tools and support

Our specialist tools help you deliver cost-effective services and cut through the complexities of compliance. 

Trusts

When may it be beneficial to use a trust? 

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