Updated: TPR delays DB funding code until April 2024

Regulator’s corporate plan reveals delay to code as well as priorities for upcoming year

Jasmine Urquhart
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TPR chair Sarah Smart: "“A key theme in the plan is that we — working with our partners — expect schemes to provide good value for money"
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TPR chair Sarah Smart: "“A key theme in the plan is that we — working with our partners — expect schemes to provide good value for money"

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has today (21 April) announced a delay to its defined benefit (DB) funding code until April 2024.

In its new corporate plan for 2023/24, TPR said the launch of its DB funding code, which was originally due to be published later this year, would be pushed back until the first half of 2024. In...

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