TPR looking into seven scam investigations posing £55m loss to savers

52 schemes, 38 suspects

Kim Kaveh
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Charles Counsell confirmed the investigations cover 52 schemes and 38 suspects
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Charles Counsell confirmed the investigations cover 52 schemes and 38 suspects

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is carrying out seven criminal investigations into potential scams with indicative losses to savers' pensions of around £55m, the pensions watchdog has revealed.

In a letter to Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field, TPR chief executive Charles Counsell confirmed that the investigations cover 52 schemes and 38 suspects which the regulator is treating...

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