TPR launches pilot to boost single-employer DC trust oversight

Contacted 500 DC schemes

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David Fairs: Regularly reviewing a pension scheme’s default arrangement is vital
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David Fairs: Regularly reviewing a pension scheme’s default arrangement is vital

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has launched a pilot to ensure single-employer defined contribution (DC) schemes are meeting their legal obligations and properly governing default arrangements.

The watchdog has contacted more than 500 DC schemes with between two and 999 members as part of the project - which was initially announced in September last year - in a bid to toughen its approach...

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