The great British pensions cash-in

Treasury reforms gave people the freedom to cash in their pension pots and spend the money how they pleased. Two years on, the FT reveals how concerns are growing over high-pressure sales tactics, scaremongering and mis-selling

Reforms gave Britons the freedom to spend their pension how they pleased. But concerns are growing over sales tactics, scaremongering and mis-selling

Financial Conduct Authority to visit Wales after concerns about a ‘feeding frenzy’

Standard Life Aberdeen and Royal London among biggest beneficiaries from £50bn flow

MPs receive evidence some pensioners are using new liberties to squander savings

Retirees blowing funds and falling back on the state, says pensions committee chief

Warning comes after FT uncovers potential problems on final salary pension transfers

The so-called pension freedoms of 2015 gave retirees full flexibility over how they spend their pension pots