Australian Regulator Loses Landmark Pension Fund Court Battle

The ruling is the first in a case that originated directly from last year's powerful Royal Commission inquiry into the financial sector, which uncovered widespread misconduct at the expenThe ruling is the first in a case that originated directly from


British Steel adviser has £81k to pay nine claims

According to a letter sent to creditors in August by its liquidator, seen by FTAdviser, the director of S&M Hughes has decided to commence liquidation procedures, so the company can be wound up voluntarily.


Tenet to pay out for Sipp advice

Tenet maintained no paperwork associated with regulated financial advice existed and it had not received any commission


DB transfers: when to go ahead

The paper is looking to increase DB transfer suitability rates by removing potential conflicts of interest around charges.


American GM workers strike

Negotiations between GM and its union broke down over the weekend, and workers now picketing GM sites across the US.


How to split the pension on divorce

A PSO is an order directed to the trustees of a pension, requiring them to transfer all or part of the pension fund to the holder's ex-spouse.