Companies attacked over board packages

National Association of Pension Funds finds ‘repeat offenders’

Calpers gives up on the hedge fund dream

A $300bn pension fund cannot make these investments pay

Swedish AP pension revamp has first casualty

AP3’s Gustaf Hagerud is to join Kestrel Investment Partners

Scotland after the vote: pensions

More generous state payments promised

‘Low-cost’ drawdown product to launch

Scheme allows savers to move directly into drawdown

People in a boardroom
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Unions: pension committees ‘compromised’

TUC and Labour say scheme watchdogs can’t be impartial

Sales of annuities fall by a third

Insurers say savers took advantage of rule relaxation

Nest pensions restrictions to be lifted

Curbs on scheme to be scrapped in 2017

‘Warn consumers of pension tax traps’

Concerns over accessing lump sums

Money FT: Michelle Cracknell, Chief Executive of The Pensions Advisory Service.
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Government pressed on pensions guidance

TPAS chief: promotion of service is vital

Action on pension exit fees

Minster says review will report in December

Elderly insolvencies rise despite overall decline

Lower income and higher costs weigh on pensioners’ finances

Standard Life warns on pension cash

Pensions group says withdrawal should not be default option

FOS finds in favour of mis-sold annuitant

Insurer ‘should have done more’ after cancer diagnosis

New pension lifetime allowance scheme opens

Savers can protect pensions and still contribute

Annuity rates drift as reforms start to bite

Gap between best and worst products getting wider

Regulation narrows choice for Sipp investors

Non-mainstream assets will cost more to hold

Phoenix chief warns on insurance probe

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

JLT’s Wood raises heat on insurers

Broker writes to 12 life offices over exit fees

Ex-Lehman staff gain pension safeguards

Promises to UK workers kept with £184m payment