FCA sets refreshed priorities for joint action with TPR

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The standards for delivering value for money will be developed under their joint action
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The standards for delivering value for money will be developed under their joint action

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set priorities for the coming year for its joint action with The Pensions Regulator (TPR), including reviewing whether pension schemes are providing sound information to consumers.

The standards for delivering value for money beyond TPR's existing defined contribution (DC) code and guidance will also be developed under their joint action. The watchdog's business plan for 2019/2020,...

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