DWP and TPR issue joint statement on transfer regulations

TPR has made changes to its guidance and DWP will consider further in regulation review

Jonathan Stapleton
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The DWP will consider the rules further as it takes forward its review of the regulations
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The DWP will consider the rules further as it takes forward its review of the regulations

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) have made a joint statement on transfer regulations.

The statement issued today (5 July) comes after PensionBee said that a number of pension providers were taking advantage of the new rules, adding additional steps to hinder the transfer process, co...

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