Disillusionment over DB funding code delays

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Brighton, England: Location of The Pensions Regulator's headquarters
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Brighton, England: Location of The Pensions Regulator's headquarters

The second of The Pension Regulator’s (TPR) consultations on the defined benefit (DB) funding code will now be launched in autumn.

An update on the funding code timeline came today (13 June) as the regulator published its 2022-2024 corporate plan, which included a five-point focus roadmap for the industry over the next two yea...

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