PPF mulls charging levy to schemes with no sponsor

Stephanie Baxter
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The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is working on plans to impose a levy on schemes that do not have a substantive sponsoring employer after a restructuring.

Alongside its provisional confirmation of the levy rules for 2017/18, the lifeboat fund said its work on developing such a measure is progressing, although it will be subject to consultation. The ...

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