Tag Archives: Pensions Regulator

TPR Tightens the Governance Net in its New Code of Practice

If you were under the impression that the single code of practice would be a consolidation of existing codes, then the content of this blog will come as a surprise! The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published a consultation on the first phase of replacing the existing Codes of Practice with a single, online Code of … Continue Reading

Turkey and tinsel… and setting objectives for your investment consultants

The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has issued its final order in relation to its investigation into the investment consultancy and fiduciary management market. The order comes into effect in two parts. Most provisions are effective from 10 December 2019, giving trustees and managers time to prepare for the changes. The monitoring and compliance provisions … Continue Reading

Does “cybersecurity” leave you cold?

If I ever claimed to be an expert on IT systems and processes, those who work in our firm’s IT department would struggle to contain their amusement. Along with many other forty-somethings, I am a proficient user of IT at work and at home – until something goes wrong. Then I find it frustrating because … Continue Reading

21st century trusteeship – bringing UK pension plan governance up to date

On 22 July 2016, the Pensions Regulator published its 21st Century Trusteeship and Governance discussion paper.   The Regulator is acutely aware that boards of occupational pension plans carry out a very important and difficult role. Trusteeship is voluntary and, in aggregate, trustees are responsible for managing £1.8 trillion of assets on behalf of 32 million … Continue Reading
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