Regulator to review its pensions rules

Rethink ahead of April shake-up

Nest floats plans to offer pension products

State-backed scheme considers offering annuities and drawdown

Aviva closes in on deal to buy Friends Life

£5.6bn acquisition would transform UK pensions industry

Move to tackle pensions guidance fears

Concerns over savers’ lack of awareness

Tim Jones, CEO of Nest, photographed near his office in Southwark.
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Nest rejects ‘pension bank accounts’

Chief executive says charging structure of state-backed scheme will not change

Publicity for state pension shake-up

Duncan Smith launches awareness campaign

Pension funds to flock to riskier funds

Managers expect to allocate more to private equity and hedge funds

‘Pension bank accounts’ played down

Those wanting to make small ad hoc withdrawals from pension funds may be disappointed

Labour calls for pension reforms review

Opposition wants analysis of impact of on tax receipts and annuity sales

Pensions tax loophole under scrutiny

Treasury will ‘closely monitor’ fiscal risks

UK pension plan ‘unworkable’, says expert

Savers who use funds flexibly face fines of up to £300

Remarrying war widows can retain pensions

Change in law will benefit up to 4,000 women

Pension plans to raise tax concerns

Effects of reforms ‘underestimated’

Surge in capped drawdown pensions

Arrangement allows savers to take benefits but preserve higher annual allowance

Threat of fines for pension cash

Savers will need to tell other pension plans if they crystallise benefits

Personal pension provision plummets

Fewer self-employed men are saving in a pension

Treasury set for pension tax windfall

Reforms receipts could well exceed official forecasts

Savers need ‘second line of defence’

FCA urged to bolster guidance

Equitable pensioners lobby MPs

Savers say they have been short-changed by the compensation package

Tax threat to pension cash withdrawals

Providers may have to levy ‘emergency code’

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