The following Pensions practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
This Lexis®PSL Pensions consultation tracker tool displays key consultations (both formal and informal) conducted in the last 12 months by HM Treasury, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), the Pensions Regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and other pensions bodies.
For information on older consultations, see: Historic consultation tracker—pensions.
This tracker is split into three parts:
Closed consultations—responses being analysed, and
Closed consultations—summary of responses published
This first part of the consultation tracker shows all consultations that are currently 'open'—ie that it is still possible to comment on.
The table is displayed in reverse chronological order by reference to the date that the consultations are due to close. The next consultation due to close will, therefore, always be displayed as the first entry in the table. It also means that, generally speaking, newer consultations tend to appear towards the bottom of the list.
Where possible, we have added links to prior consultations that have either directly led to the consultation in question or are indirectly relevant to it.
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