Govt to consider charge cap extension in auto-enrolment review

Auto-enrolment review launched

Carmen Reichman
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The government is to examine the current cap on charges related to automatic-enrolment and whether they should be extended to include all transaction costs, it has said at the launch of its review today.

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Pensions Richard Harrington (pictured) said he planned to include the charge cap review in the wider review of auto-enrolment, which launched on 12 Decemb...

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