BlackRock challenges UK pension providers

Asset manager pursues £25bn ‘money in motion’ after annuity reform

Pensions minister floats standard rate of tax relief

Webb says relief could be set at 30% for all savers

Detroit strikes breakthrough pension deal

Agreement could help usher city out of bankruptcy

Guidance on cancelled annuities welcomed

Providers extend ‘cooling off’ periods

US public sector pensions resist reform

Moody’s finds sharp divergence with corporate scheme counterparts

Pension charges under the spotlight

Some schemes end up paying 10 times more per member

Illinois to overhaul Chicago pension funds

Benefit cuts and higher contributions to bolster system

Doubt cast on Osborne’s pensions pledge

Fears an ill-thought-out scheme could spark further mis-selling

Survey shows potential damage to annuities

Only one in eight plans to take all the cash to spend

Beware snag in annuity ‘cool off’ periods

Hidden snag in older schemes

Caution over final-salary transfers

Firms reluctant to accept ‘gold plated’ schemes

Pension pioneer spreading his wings

AJ Bell founder thinks the Budget will be good for DIY investment groups

Ministers reveal state pension boost

Each £1 of weekly income will cost £890

Q&A: FCA insurance probe

Investigation will focus on charges and service on older policies

Workplace pension charges capped at 0.75%

Ministers threaten more cuts in new blow to sector

L&G and Prudential agree bulk annuity deal

Insurers hope deals will replace individual sales

Pension changes to take effect from today

400,000 with small retirement pots will benefit

Labour party backs flexible UK pensions

Opposition shifts initial post-Budget position

Insurers suspend annuity sales

Providers act in response to radical reforms

Q&A: The pensions shake-up

Measures will affect people in different ways