Mr Harries said he believed the regulator would also move to focus on charging structures as this will ultimately lead to better outcomes for consumers following on from its contingent charging ban, which comes into force from October.
The firm explained that tensions in relation to ESG are in turn likely to intensify as a result of both legislative and regulatory scrutiny, with The Pensions Regulator highlighting this as a key area of focus within its 2020-21 Corporate Plan.
In Fitch's view, these measures will continue to support the banking system's funding access and tenors, as well as stabilize funding costs in times of volatility.
Understanding how to manage one’s personal income, then, is key to unlocking a comfortable retirement.
If women knew they could get more state pension, given how it is considered a right and the general absence of stigma, why would they not claim the uplift?
Additionally, changes would increase new pensioners/retirees access to credit lines by allowing them to contract the first PDL loans 30 days after the pension benefit is approved by INSS while the current requirement is 90 days.
Generally, a plan’s safe harbor provisions must remain in effect for an entire 12-month plan year, and midyear plan amendments to those provisions are not permitted unless certain requirements are satisfied.