TPR and FCA working well together, government tells WPC

Government says the regulators have been working together where possible

Hope William-Smith
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TPR and FCA working well together, government tells WPC

The government has defended the level of joint work undertaken by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) pointing to market differences as the blockade for an increase to it.

The government's response to the 7th recommendation of the Work and Pensions Committees' (WPC) 25 design reforms laid down in January - published on 27 April - confirmed the two regulators were wor...

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