Pensions

  • UK entrepreneurs choosing properties over pensions for wealth generation
    News Team on 30/03/2022

    Entrepreneurs in the UK are more likely to consider property investment rather than a pension to build their wealth, according to new research

  • The implications of Guernsey’s new lasting powers of attorney for international clients
    on 30/03/2022

    The Lasting Powers of Attorney Ordinance is expected to come into force in Guernsey for the first time on 1 April 2022. The law will mean that Guernsey residents can create a lasting power of attorney (LPA) to appoint someone they trust (the Attorney) in advance of any loss of capacity, to deal with their affairs. But what does this mean for international clients? Gilly Kennedy-Smith, a partner at Mourant, discusses the implications... 

  • ONS data shows hundreds of thousands of 50+ Brits forced into early retirement since pandemic
    News Team on 17/03/2022

    Hundreds of thousands of over-50s workers have been forced into retirement earlier than they planned since the start of the pandemic in 2020, new figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed

  • London family law firm introduces new 'holistic' advice package when 'no fault divorces' come into force
    News Team on 16/03/2022

    London family law firm Burgess Mee has launched The Cross Check – a new package offering clients “holistic advice on navigating the legal, financial and emotional aspects of relationship breakdown”

  • Why Wills are not a panacea
    on 21/02/2022

    When advising clients on wills, there are several key issues that private client practitioners should consider, according to Sarju Kotecha, a solicitor & legal director at law firm Harold Benjamin

  • PraxisIFM makes two senior appointments
    News Team on 18/02/2022

    Trust and fiduciary service provider PraxisIFM Group has appointed Alexandra McInnes as group chief operating and risk officer and James Barber-Lomax as head of pensions

  • Disinheriting a spouse
    on 18/02/2022

    This article looks at the law as it currently stands, namely the principle of an individual choosing their heirs, the requirements to override an old Will with a new one, and finally considering what can happen where a spouse has been successfully disinherited

  • Research shows public lack of understanding for pensions
    News Team on 17/02/2022

    Despite a significant increase in pension participation rates from the UK population, the proportion of adults who agree they ‘understand enough about pensions’ has only increased by one percent point in the last ten years (from 43 percent to 44 percent)

  • Zedra bolsters pension services offering with acquisition of PTL
    News Team on 11/01/2022

    Zedra, a provider of corporate services, active wealth and fund solutions, has announced the acquisition of independent pension trustee and governance services provider, PTL.

  • Two thirds of UK investors want sustainable pensions
    News Team on 09/12/2021

    Survey results from financial consultants The Private Office (TPO) have shown a strong desire to invest in sustainable and responsible companies, with 68 percent of people claiming it matters to them that their pension money is invested this way

Displayed news: 11 - 20 of 486

About PAM

PAM Insight is the world’s leading independent provider of essential specialist news, analysis and comparative data for the fast-evolving world of wealth management.

Read more about PAM

Subscribers

eprivateclient is the leading website and news service for private client practitioners, including lawyers, accountants, trustees and fee-based IFAs.

Read more