Ex-FSA chairman joins Soros-funded think-tank
- Turner admits advice may have role in NPSS. Tryphonides, Andrea // Money Marketing;4/13/2006, p25
The article reports on the final report of the Great Britain Pensions Commission wherein independent financial advisors and life insurance companies were given an opportunity the proposed National Pension Savings Scheme (NPSS). Chairman Adair Turner stated the importance of the NPSS proposal....
- 'Turner cost-cutting will push out IFAs'. Tryphonides, Andrea // Money Marketing;11/24/2005, p96
The article reports that John Lawson, the chief of Standard Life Assurance Co., has warned about cheap pensions offered by the Pension Commission chaired by Adair Turner. Lawson is calling for the industry to have an open debate on the value of advice and how it should be funded rather than sit...
- Tough measures needed to close the pension gap, warns Turner. Phillipps, James // Money Marketing;10/14/2004, p3
Cites the warning from pensions expert Adair Turner regarding the need for critical financial measures to close the pension gap. Recommendation for higher taxes, increase National Insurance contributions, raise retirement ages and increase personal savings; Failure of the defined-benefits scheme...
- We may limit LTVs, says FSA boss. // Mortgage Strategy;3/22/2010, p6
The article reports on the statement made by Lord Adair Turner, chariman of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) which asserts that new macroprudential policy tools are needed to manage unstable cycles of credit which could also mean that limitations on loan to value (LTV).
- Ex-FSA chairman Turner joins Soros-funded think-tank. Macdonald, Sam // Money Marketing (Online Edition);4/4/2013, p25
The article announces that former British Financial Services Authority (FSA) chairman Lord Adair Turner has been appointed senior fellow at the Institute of New Economic Thinking in London, England.
- Ex-FSA chair calls for state pension age to rise to 70 by 2040. Dale, Samuel // Money Marketing (Online Edition);3/20/2014, p45
The article reports that former Great Britain Financial Services Authority (FSA) Adair Turner supports compulsory pension saving and 16 per cent contribution rates in Great Britain.
- Cummings attack on Labour's call for regulation review. Blackmore, Nicole // Money Marketing;10/9/2008, p1
The article reports on the criticism by Chris Cummings, director general of the Association of Independent Financial Advisers (AIFA), on the British government's call for regulation review in 2008. AIFA said it would double up on existing European Commission work. According to Cummings, all the...
- FSA applauds move to divert cash from fines. Holt, Natalie; Tolley, Steve // Money Marketing;7/1/2012, p3
The article discusses the statements of Great Britain Financial Services Authority chairman Adair Turner about the Government's plan to divert cash from enforcement fines to the taxpayer, which he made at a press conference following the agency's public meeting in London, England in July 2012.
- Industry looks likely to fund CPMA. // Money Marketing;7/1/2010, p12
The article reports on the remarks of Adair Turner, financial services authority (FSA) chairman, concerning the proposed funding for the new Consumer Protection and Markets Authority (CPMA) to keep its momentum in balancing the responsibility between consumers and firms in Great Britain.