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FTT more lenient than TPR in relation to breach of chair’s statement (Moore Stephens Master Trust v The Pensions Regulator)

FTT more lenient than TPR in relation to breach of chair’s statement (Moore Stephens Master Trust v The Pensions Regulator)
Published on: 17 May 2019
Published by: LexisPSL
  • FTT more lenient than TPR in relation to breach of chair’s statement (Moore Stephens Master Trust v The Pensions Regulator)
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Article summary

Pensions analysis: The First-tier Tribunal took a more lenient view than the Pensions Regulator in assessing alleged breaches of a chair’s statement, deciding to reduce the mandatory fine imposed by the Pensions Regulator to the statutory minimum in Trustees of the Moore Stephens Master Trust v The Pensions Regulator. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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