Royal London today announces that Group CEO Phil Loney has decided to stand down by the end of 2019.
He is standing down to concentrate on his longstanding charitable interests in the international development sector and supporting people with learning difficulties.
Royal London enhances critical illness cover
Royal London introduces enhancements to its critical illness cover (CI) for three of the most common areas for claim - cancer, heart conditions and multiple sclerosis - allowing the business to pay out in a wider range of circumstances.
New pension superfunds could be ‘game-changers'
Today’s announcement that the Government are launching a consultation into pension "superfunds" could give savers more secure retirement incomes
Perplexed by wills: more than 5 adults do not know where to begin
New research by Royal London reveals that 5.4 million adults without a will in the UK would not know where to begin if they were to write one.
Will we stay or will we go
The probability of the UK remaining in the EU has just increased. With Brexit events moving at such a startling pace and less than a week to go before Parliament votes on Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement, investors should ensure their portfolios are prepared for every eventuality.
Pension enrolment threshold frozen again
Announcement today that the threshold for enrolment into a workplace pension is to be frozen at £10,000 effects hundreds of thousands more workers
Responding to the publication of a report by the Economic Affairs Committee
Responding to the publication of a report by the Economic Affairs Committee - "HMRC Powers: Treating Taxpayers Fairly"
Positive outcome for Restaurant Group deal
Commenting on the verdict of the Restaurant Group rights issue and the acquisition of Wagamama
Royal London comments on CMA warning over Experian and Clearscore proposed merger
The Competition and Markets Authority this morning (November 28) put out a statement that a proposed merger between Experian and Clearscore, the two biggest credit reference agencies in the UK, could “result in less intense competition, potentially harming the continued development of digital products which help people understand their personal finances”.
New research shows consumers not putting themselves on the breadline by spending pension cash on luxuries
Commenting on the publication of the Pension Wise Service Evaluation 2017/18 which shows how people approaching retirement are using the service, Helen Morrissey, pensions specialist at Royal London, said: