DWP launches probe into regulatory arbitrage in DC schemes

Jonathan Stapleton
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The government has officially launched a call for evidence to review the regulatory differences between trust-based and contract-based defined contribution schemes.

The call for evidence - first revealed by Professional Pensions last week (PP Online, 25 January) - comes in a bid to stop firms using differences between DC regulations to cut scheme costs. Exi...

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