Date: 19 April Time: 10am-2pm Location: Cabinet War Rooms, Westminster Who should attend? Business owners Senior directors Finance directors In the secret underground bunker where Churchill strategised the Allied victory in World War II, Wren Sterling and business sale specialists, Evolution CBS, share the secrets of a successful business exit and the wealth management planning […]
What did the Chancellor say about pensions and ISAs in his autumn budget? Neil MacGillivray of James Hay Partnership explains why a combination of the two is essential for retirement planning. James Hay Partnership is an investment partner of Wren Sterling.
The rise in the State Pension age to 68 will now be brought into effect between 2037 and 2039 instead of 2044 – up to seven years before it was previously earmarked to increase.
Analysts at RBC Capital Markets recently released a note anticipating five per cent growth in the annuity market. After falling 90 per cent by volume and 70 per cent in value since former Chancellor George Osborne announced the pension freedoms, RBC believes that the annuity market has now bottomed out, and open market insurers are set to cash in on growth.