As Michael Johnson recently outlined in his letter to the Select Committee on Intergenerational Fairness and Provision, Generation Y (aka millennials) could be the first generation to experience a lesser quality of life than their baby boomer parents.Continue reading
We want to accelerate the consolidation of pension schemes. Why? Because many smaller schemes are simply not good enough.Continue reading
Reaching the incredible milestone of 10 million people newly saving or saving more into a pension is like reaching the summit of a mountain.
Some things are foreseeable. As automatic enrolment has created hundreds of thousands of new pension memberships, so the defined contribution (DC) market was inevitably going to grow.Continue reading
The pension cold calling ban is here. Consumers, regulators and police officers alike should celebrate.
For several months now, we have talked about our commitment to change as a regulator – to be clearer, quicker and tougher.
They hide in plain sight, looking respectable to the outside world but denying their workers their legal rights.
The Facebook data scandal has got a lot of people thinking for the first time about what we share with organisations and how it will be used.
In arguably the biggest change to pensions regulation since automatic enrolment was introduced six years ago, from October 2018 master trusts will have to apply to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) for authorisation to operate in the market.