Pensions industry prepares for surge in demand

Providers plan to open on holiday

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The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, leaves No.11 Downing street to deliver the last budget of the coalition. ©Charlie Bibby/FT
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Shareholder value not short-term profit

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Goldman sells out of busiest UK ports

Canada pension plan, Hermes buy Associated British Ports shares

Opaque fund manager costs criticised

Lack of transparency damages reputation of industry

Companies warned on insurance rules revamp

Business must take policies more seriously, says pension trustee

The money keeps rolling in to hedge funds

Large investors remain as keen as ever on the industry

Local pensions waste millions on fees

Vast discrepancy in management costs between UK schemes

German pensions face demographic time-bomb

Concern that retirement reforms will trigger a considerable increase in employee contributions

FCA criticised over pensions rules delay

‘Remedies’ to sector feared to arrive after overhaul

Labour MPs warn on pension reform advice

Government ‘incapable or unwilling’ to protect savers from scams


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