Exclusive - Lord Turner's candid views on pensions reform, principle-based regulation and safe harbour

Greenwood, John
January 2016
Corporate Adviser (Online Edition);1/27/2016, p1
An interview with former British Financial Services Authority (FSA) chairman Adair Turner is presented. Turner discusses his views about the pension freedom policy of the government, his opinions on how the pensions industry is addressing the challenge of providing income to retirees and his views on whether pension reforms in 2016 are an improvement compared with the days when he was head of the FSA.


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