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Spending watchdog to assess how FCA oversaw transfers by thousands of steelworkers
Focus on risk to find a way out of a bitter dispute
Most people in the UK are panicking about their pensions — but for vastly different reasons
MPs call for inquiry into financial regulator as workers count the cost of bad advice
Recovery spreads across $3.9tn American public retirement system
Reform now to reduce inequalities and taxpayers’ bill
Move follows vote by committee to back proposals to cut funding shortfall in main retirement scheme
Concern over level of debt involved with rival bids from CD&R and Fortress
Geoffrey Armin ‘disregarded’ information in directing clients to transfer out of scheme
John Ralfe argues that Britain’s CDC pensions legislation needs to be made fairer.
Misguided policies threaten the security in retirement of almost everyone working in the UK private sector
Existing defined benefit pension funds should be consolidated and opened to a new generation of savers
Deal comes after airline deferred £450m in retirement contributions
Union accuses fund of ‘failing to come clean’ over impact on defined benefit schemes
Intervention will increase pressure on fund managers to reform their practices
Measures are employers’ response to shortfall in funding rising from £3.6bn to £18bn in 2 years
Strong rally in equities drives improvement in funding position of retirement schemes
Interest rate moves raise questions about how scheme liabilities should be calculated
Concerns raised after sector’s main retirement fund estimated shortfall of up to £18bn
£2.7bn state pension back payments are the latest indication of inequalities
Shortfall in superannuation scheme jumps to an estimate of more than £14bn
Groups in hard-hit sectors look at deferring scheme payments in return for share of future dividends or lump sums
It makes senses to give struggling companies flexibility on scheme payments
Advisers say criminal responsibility provisions in law are so broad it is unclear who might be targeted
FCA data showing transfers under banned charging model adds to mis-selling fears