Guidance from Pensions Regulator definition

What does Guidance from Pensions Regulator mean?

The Pensions Regulator produces guidance to help improve understanding of work-based pension schemes and to promote good practice.

This is aimed at helping trustees, employers and others understand what the law requires. The Pensions Regulator also produces guidance to describe their approach on particular matters or to explain changes in the law. The following guidance materials are available: trustee role; employer role; codes-related guidance; and Trustee Toolkit.

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