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According to adviser research from Aegon the demand for DB advice remains strong with nine out of 10 advisers, who are or have been active in advising on defined benefits, saying there are still many individuals who would benefit from taking advice.
The new chief executive of The Pensions Regulator (TPR), Charles Counsell has set out how he will lead the organisation and vowed ‘robust protection’ for savers.
You may be forgiven for thinking regulations in respect of workplace pensions has little to do with SIPPs, yet recent proposals from the FCA could catch many thousands of SIPPs in the workplace net.
The FCA has revealed it will take further action over DB transfers.
Retirees worldwide will outlive their savings by a decade and women will fare worst, according to a report from respected thinktank the World Economic Forum.
Staveley will be a familiar name to many. The test case for IHT treatment of pensions following transfer in ill health has been in the news many times since Mrs Staveley’s passing all the way back in December 2006.
XPS Pensions Group has uncovered a surge in the number of ‘red flags’ being reported on pension transfers, indicating warning signs of scam activity, from 13% in June 2018 to 34% in June 2019.
The Pensions Regulator has revealed 39 firms have applied for master trust authorisation.
Pensions Minister Guy Opperman has admitted ‘significant’ problems with incorrect state pension forecasts in a letter to Royal London policy director, Steve Webb. 
SIPPs firm Curtis Banks is celebrating the 10th anniversary since the foundation of the business.
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