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.
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