TPR goes back to the future

Hannah Brenton talks to Andrew Warwick-Thompson about shoddy clocks, DC regulation and intervention

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The Pensions Regulator (TPR) struggled to get its defined contribution (DC) agenda off the ground last year after government restrictions delayed appointments in its DC team.

At the very top, former head of DC June Mulroy quit in December 2011 and it took six months to replace her with interim head Mike Lazenby, who had no DC experience. He quit unceremoniously in late ...

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