PP Live: Trustees' single code cost and resource concerns 

The single code of practice consolidation awaits later this year

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L-R: Tiffany Tsang, Helen Miles, Nicola Morgan
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L-R: Tiffany Tsang, Helen Miles, Nicola Morgan

A panel of trustees identified possible cost and resource challenges, especially impacting smaller pension providers, when speaking of the concerns facing trustees when it comes to imposing The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) upcoming single code of practice.

Likely to be introduced this autumn, the new code updates ten of the regulator's 15 existing codes of practice, and also incorporates changes introduced by the broader Occupational Pension Schemes ...

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