TPR to ask DB funds for more data on assets allocation

The regulator will seek more granular details on bond allocations

Hope William-Smith
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TPR executive director of regulatory policy, analysis and advice David Fairs
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TPR executive director of regulatory policy, analysis and advice David Fairs

Trustees of defined benefit (DB) schemes will be asked for more information on how they allocate their assets from 2023, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has confirmed.

The additional data collected from schemes will be used by the regulator to support the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) with its levy calculations. TPR said in a consultation response today (21 October)...

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