TPR wins landmark AE case in High Court

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TPR wins landmark AE case in High Court

A judgement has ruled that UK employees who travel between locations such as seafarers are eligible for auto enrolment (AE), in a landmark victory for the regulator.

Fleet Maritime Services (FMSB), which employs staff for cruise ships, had challenged The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) guidance and advice on peripatetic workers, in a 12-month legal case that went to the...

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