Professional Pensions is holding a live Twitter Q+A on scheme funding with The Pensions Regulator next week. Find out how to take part here...
The Q+A - chaired by Professional Pensions editor-in-chief Jonathan Stapleton - will pose questions to the regulator's executive director for regulatory policy Andrew Warwick-Thompson and his team about scheme funding.
It will look at issues including the affordability of defined benefit schemes; recovery plans and the length of recovery plans; the appropriateness of contribution levels; and how the regulator is approaching broader scheme funding issues.
The Q+A will start at 11am on Wednesday 1st February and last for around 45 minutes.
To take part in the Q+A - and to pose your questions to the regulator - log on to Twitter next Wednesday at 11am and search for #AskTPR or go to the following page: http://twitter.com/hashtag/AskTPR
We are also accepting questions in advance of the debate - please send any questions to [email protected], keeping them to 130 characters or less in length if at all possible.
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