JLT’s Wood raises heat on insurers

Broker writes to 12 life offices over exit fees

Phoenix chief warns on insurance probe

FCA scrutiny of policies could see companies sell ‘closed books’

Ex-Lehman staff gain pension safeguards

Promises to UK workers kept with £184m payment

UK chiefs opt for cash not pension

Tax rule changes boost supplements

Pru to invest £100m in fresh initiatives

UK’s biggest life assurer becoming a ‘fund supermarket’

Warning over pension products

But executives still expect rush of innovation

Partnership defends financial stability

Annuity specialist still financially sound despite pensions change

Millions face punitive pension exit fees

Government urged to protect savers “trapped” in older schemes

Ken Fisher

Annuity providers are laying their trap

‘Super annuities’ are only super for the insurers – not for you

UK insurers warned over pension exit fees

Industry heavyweight says savers have right to early access

FTSE 100 companies cut pension funding

Reductions come as scheme deficits remained stubbornly high

Pension provider told to compensate investor

Ombudsman holds provider liable for losses in landmark case

Prudential refunds pension annuity

Prudential apologises to business partner for misleading comments

Annuity sale marks mis-selling low

Providers under fire for sale to cancer sufferer

Q&A: How are pensions changing?

Michelle Cracknell from The Pensions Advisory Service answered readers’ questions

Boom time arrives for pension consultants

New UK rules will drive more people to ask: ‘How do I get my money?’

US pensions: follow the cash

Low rates can hurt funding status despite big investment gains

Pension framework encourages innovation

Retirees must not be left exposed to events that can wipe away their life savings

Employees to be lured out of DB pensions

UK employers expected to launch initiatives to tempt members out of final salary schemes

New crackdown on pension ‘liberation’

Almost £500m and at least one life lost to pension scams