Pensions Schemes Bill passes final Lords hurdle to proceed to Commons

Hope William-Smith
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The Pension Schemes Bill will now move for consideration in the House of Commons after it was passed in the House of Lords yesterday (15 July) following a third reading.

Central to the bill is a strong focus on climate change, alongside much-anticipated changes to The Pension Regulator's (TPR) powers, regulation around the pensions dashboard, new-style collective d...

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