DWP sets out changes to notifiable events regime

Draft regulations will add to, amend and remove elements of the regime with greater definition

James Phillips
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Hymans Robertson partner Laura McLaren said trustees and sponsors would welcome the 'clearer picture'
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Hymans Robertson partner Laura McLaren said trustees and sponsors would welcome the 'clearer picture'

The government has launched a consultation defining and implementing changes within The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) notifiable events regime.

In draft regulations published yesterday (8 September), the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) set out additional information and definitions, two new notifiable events, and three events which will...

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