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Chancellor proposes ban on cold calling, refrains from pensions tax overhaul

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In his first and last Autumn Statement, Chancellor Philip Hammond swapped the timing of the Budget and the Statement but had comparatively little to say about pensions for now; one of the larger measures – a consultation into pensions fraud – was welcomed by the industry.

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How the PLSA's taskforce wants to change DB

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Video: As the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association has highlighted four areas for potential change to the defined benefit landscape, Ashok Gupta, who chairs its DB Taskforce, talks about the proposals and the taskforce's aims.

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The Weekly Wrap: October 21 edition

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A round-up of the pension stories across the FT in the past week, from Australia keeping its infrastructure in Aussie hands, to the effects of quantitative easing on companies with defined benefit schemes.

The Weekly Wrap: October 14 edition

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A round-up of UK and international pensions stories published across FT titles in the past week – from Irish funds lobbying to streamline relocations for their UK counterparts, to Swedish investors berating hedge funds.