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Banking on building in Brexit Britain
Francisco Sebastian explains the possible impact of Brexit on infrastructure investment in the UK
Friday 25th November 2016
Diffusing the demographic time bomb
Dr Chris Ball looks at how an ageing population can be supported to work longer to encourage the benefits of extending employment lives
Wednesday 26th October 2016
Retirement income market 'not working for all consumers'
Competition in the retirement income market is not working as well as it could for many consumers, the Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed.
Thursday 11th December 2014
NAPF publishes DB pensioner longevity data for the first time
The National Association of Pension Funds has today published the first ever in-depth analysis of the difference in life expectancy trends between members of defined benefit pension schemes.
Thursday 27th November 2014
Osborne announces further pensions liberalisation
Pensioners will be allowed to withdraw money from their pots in stages while retaining tax advantages, Chancellor Gorge Osborne has said.
Tuesday 14th October 2014
UK gets key EU portfolio for insurance and pension regulation
UK politician Lord Hill is set to be handed a senior economic post in Brussels, which will include responsibility for the new Solvency II regulations for the insurance industry, by European Commission President-elect Jean-Claude Juncker.
Wednesday 10th September 2014
UK consultation on Solvency II launched by Treasury
The Treasury has opened a consultation on how the government should implement the European Unions Solvency II directive in the UK.
Thursday 7th August 2014
Employers fear actuary 'brain drain' as job market recovers
More than a third of employers in the insurance and actuarial sectors fear they could lose talented individuals as the UK job market begins to recover, according to a survey by recruiters Reed
Monday 13th January 2014
PM promises to maintain 'triple-lock' on state pension increases
Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to continue to increase the state pension by at least 2.5% a year until 2020 if the Conservatives win the next election
Monday 6th January 2014
Europe reaches agreement on Solvency II rules
European politicians have struck a provisional deal that could introduce new rules to the Solvency II framework.
Thursday 14th November 2013