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The powers of the Pensions RegulatorFORTHCOMING DEVELOPMENT: The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published a consultation on changes to its Code of...
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Dealing with the Pensions RegulatorThe Pensions Regulator is the UK regulator of work-based pension schemes. This Practice Note sets out the role and...
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The role of the Pensions RegulatorThis Practice Note provides an overview of the role of the Pensions Regulator. For information on the role of the...
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The Pensions Regulator—beginners’ guideThis guide is primarily aimed at trainees, newly qualified lawyers and other persons who are new to or...
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Produced in partnership with Will Glover of 3 Temple Gardens and Angharad Hughes of 3 Temple Gardens 5th Jun
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Key pensions offencesProsecution by the Pension Regulator (TPR)There are several criminal offences that a person could be charged with when executing...
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