UK - The Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority has launched its first online video presentation to provide guidance on when to report problems to the regulator.
The webcast forms part of a new section on OPRA’s website to accompany the launch in May of revised guidance for non-statutory whistle-blowers, (Opra Note Six).
The website – www.opra.gov.uk – includes presentations and case studies given to trustees and scheme administrators at workshops run by OPRA throughout June.
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