UK - The Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority is hosting a series of workshops on new reporting guidelines for non-statutory whistleblowers.
The events – aimed at anyone involved in running pension schemes who has the power to report to OPRA – will be held in Birmingham (May 19), Edinburgh (May 25) and London (May 28).
The workshops – which mark the publication of OPRA’s revised reporting guidelines for non-statutory whistleblowers – will give an overview of the new policy. Case studies will be used to help delegates decide what is materially significant to the regulator and why.
More information is available from 020 7731 2288 and [email protected]
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