Quilter has written to Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and Minister for Digital and Culture, Caroline Dinenage, calling on the government to include scams and other financial harms in the upcoming Online Safety Bill.
In the letter, Quilter CEO, Paul Feeney, stated that failing to include scams in the new legislation, which is due to be introduced to parliament later this year, risked missing a “crucial” opportunity to take action against online scams
A temperature scoring framework, which could tell pension funds instantly how well they align with the Paris Agreement, is being championed by Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership's (CISL) Investment Leaders Group (ILG)
The government has revised its answer to a parliamentary written question to correct the amount of money it has received as its share of surpluses from the Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme
ITM has acquired the products and assets of Profund Solutions, part of Mercer, for an undisclosed sum
There is an increasing focus on providing member support within the pensions industry, according to research from Aon, which found that 10 per cent of schemes are now providing defined contribution (DC) members with fully funded or subsidised independent financial advice (IFA)
The Pensions Regulator’s proposal that covenant visibility is only three to five years for most schemes has caused concerns that reliance on the covenant may be watered down. Laura Blows considers the implications of a change in covenant emphasis and how schemes determine covenant time horizons
The Pension Schemes Act features new powers for The Pensions Regulator from the autumn, including criminal sanctions for ‘any person’ acting to the detriment of the pension scheme without ‘reasonable excuse’. Concerns have arisen that anyone, however distantly impacting a pension scheme, may be at risk of prosecution simply by going about standard business actions. To what extent are these fears justified and what preparations can be done while waiting for further guidance? Laura Blows finds out