Could this prove to be a hugely important development in getting people to think about their pension savings?
Pension Bee continues to expand its work with open banking and will show its customers their banking and pension information side by side.
Amber Rudd is back in the cabinet as new Work and Pensions secretary. A difficult portfolio.
Chris Gilchrist suggests the UK’s property dream is over and sets out his own plans.
Consultant Malcolm Kerr says IFAs must pay more heed to sequencing risks in income drawdown.
Citywire reports that the Brexit shenanigans has split the stock market and UK fund managers – in performance terms – depending on whether they are orientated to domestic stocks or not.
Andrew Bailey reveals details of plans for updates to the financial services register to the Treasury select committee chair Nicky Morgan including whether a firm has kept its information up to date.
Aegon suggests that the increase in the state pension age will bring the Government £11bn worth of savings a year.
Prudential suggests that advisers increasingly prefer events to online CPD.
In Corporate Adviser, Ian McKenna suggests restoring some form of commission to workplace pensions suggesting that some people may be stuck in poor, unreviewed schemes.