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Old Mutual backs FCA call for gov’t action on ‘ageing population’

By: Eugene Costello | 22 Sep 2017

Old Mutual has come out in support of the call by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for the government to take action on financial services provision for…

Old Mutual partners with CII to offer pension advice training

By: Eugene Costello | 21 Sep 2017

Old Mutual Wealth has teamed up with the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) to offer defined benefit pension transfer training for advisers in the light of more stringent…

FCA calls for action over ‘ageing population’

By: Eugene Costello | 21 Sep 2017

The Financial Conduct Authority today called for government action to protect the interests of older consumers who are becoming a bigger group, with an ageing population thanks…

FCA okays new CISI pension transfer qualification

By: Helen Burggraf | 19 Sep 2017

The UK Financial Conduct Authority has formally approved a new qualification proposed by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, known as the Level 6 Certificate in…

‘Expats may lose pensions if no deal on contracts’: Times

By: Helen Burggraf | 18 Sep 2017

British expatriates living in Europe “could lose their pensions and have their insurance voided after Brexit”, UK chancellor Philip Hammond has been warned, The Times is reporting today. According…

Utmost Wealth offers capital redemption on its Dublin bonds

By: Eugene Costello | 15 Sep 2017

Utmost Wealth Solutions has launched a capital redemption option on its Dublin-based offshore bonds, the group has announced. Utmost Ireland was launched three months ago as reported…

FCA refers investment consultants to competition watchdog over ‘serious concerns’

By: Eugene Costello | 14 Sep 2017

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has referred the pension investments consultancy sector to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the FCA announced today. In a statement,…

No evidence of expat pensioners in EU rushing back to UK, says report

By: Ridhima Sharma | 05 Sep 2017

Around 340,000 recipients of British pensions currently live in other EU countries, excluding Ireland, and there is no evidence to suggest they are considering returning to the…

UK regulator: Websites carrying anti-scam messages ‘could be frauds’

By: Ridhima Sharma | 05 Sep 2017

“Rogue” pension websites are carrying anti-scam messages, in an effort to try to trick consumers into believing that they are legitimate businesses, The UK’s Pensions Regulator (TPR)…

US Fiduciary Rule gets formal delay from OMB

By: Helen Burggraf | 30 Aug 2017

The White House’s Office of Management and Budget has approved the Department of Labor’s request to push back the final implementation date of its so-called Fiduciary Rule…

UK Government, via Investment Ass’n, targets boardroom pay

By: Helen Burggraf | 29 Aug 2017

Within the last few days the UK Government and the trade body that represents UK investment managers – the Investment Association – have jointly announced new measures…

UK scam victim responds to pensions minister’s ‘tough new measures’

By: Pension Scam Victim 'Stephen' | 24 Aug 2017

On Sunday, the UK government unveiled its latest set of plans to crack down on pension fraud, which included new rules on pension transfers and a ban…

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