Pensions regulator confirms criminal policy to 'deter' bad behaviour

Range of policies come into force on 1 October as TPR seeks views on yet more powers

James Phillips
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TPR executive director of regulatory policy, analysis and advice David Fairs
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TPR executive director of regulatory policy, analysis and advice David Fairs

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has issued an updated policy and code of practice on how it will use its criminal enforcement powers, with a hope that they will act primarily as a deterrent to wrongdoing.

It has also issued a further consultation on three draft policies relating to overlapping powers, monetary penalty powers, and information gathering powers. The criminal offences policy follows a six-week...

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