TPR to probe DC trustees on charge cap compliance

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The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is set to assess whether or not trustees of defined contribution (DC) pension schemes have applied the 0.75% charge cap which came into effect in April.

Trustees will also be asked to confirm the name of their chair of trustees under additional governance regulations that were introduced earlier this year. The watchdog will investigate compliance with...

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