Pension trade bodies back DWP funding regs but call for swift publication of TPR code

Industry bodies say DWP has listened but now call on TPR to act swiftly over funding code

Jonathan Stapleton
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PLSA's Nigel Peaple, ECPA's Guy Mander and ACA's Steven Taylor
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PLSA's Nigel Peaple, ECPA's Guy Mander and ACA's Steven Taylor

The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) funding code must be published “well in advance” of funding and investment strategy regulations coming into force in order for schemes to be ready to comply and apply the new framework, industry bodies say.

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) regulations - published yesterday (29 January) - set out the requirements for defined benefit (DB) schemes when determining their funding and investment strat...

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