Unintended consequences

Shaw, Sam
May 2013
Money Marketing;5/23/2013, p45
The article reports on the impacts of a ban on consultancy charging for automatic enrolment in pension schemes in Great Britain, according to Society of Pension Consultants (SPC) president Roger Mattingly. He explains how the ban could lead to difficulty in obtaining independent financial advice. He also explains the risk involved in the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) proposed cap on workplace pension charges. He offers his view on defined ambition pension schemes.


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