The deal would create the largest insurance and savings business in the UK.
The ABI says while external annuity sales have fallen as a result of the Budget, internal annuity sales remain at similar levels.
Treasury conceds ground after criticism from MPs over scope of powers.
Five pension schemes have been stopped receiving transfers after a High Court battle.
National Audit Office says the Treasury and HMRC are not monitoring the effectiveness of tax reliefs.
Regulation and PI insurance top worries for advisers, research shows.
Bespoke indices give asset managers the ability to separate and sell their investment process, Indexx Markets co-founder James d’Ath says.
There is a limit to the disclosure fund managers should provide, IMA suggests.
Retirement software firm Dunstan Thomas has created a new system that allows pension providers to offer savers uncrystallised funds pension lump sum withdrawals.
A significant proportion of small and micro employers preparing for automatic enrolment will choose their own pension scheme without the assistance of advisers.
The ex-FSA chief is poised to lead the Church of England’s proposed financial education initiative.
Can life companies survive the next existential threat?