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A skilled persons review has called for a raft of compliance and governance improvements at international SIPP and cross border financial services group STM which saw its chief executive arrested in Gibraltar last year.
Senior staff at a national recruitment agency tried to save money by impersonating their temporary workers to opt them out of their workplace pension scheme. 
New research from wealth management and Financial Planning group Tilney has revealed that most people remain in the dark about what to do with their pensions on retirement but most still want the ‘certainty’ of an annuity-style income.
A dispute over whether cashflow modelling is to become “effectively mandatory” for DB transfers has broken out between a software firm and the FCA.
A new firm, Pension Advice Specialists (PAS), which offers advice on pension transfers has warned of a gap in the availability of guidance.
Longevity and a decade of historically low interest rates have created “a dangerous cocktail” for the over-50s generation, according to new joint research by the London Institute of Banking & Finance and Seven Investment Management.
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