Hymans Robertson calls for a pensions commission

Letter sent to WPC chair says a ‘societal opportunity’ is there for a long term approach

Jasmine Urquhart
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Hymans Robertson partner Leonard Bowman: a pensions commission would enable schemes and employers to harness "societal opportunities" available
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Hymans Robertson partner Leonard Bowman: a pensions commission would enable schemes and employers to harness "societal opportunities" available

Hymans Robertson has called for a pensions commission and a long-term policy approach, in a letter sent to Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chair Stephen Timms MP.

The letter, sent following last month's WPC session on defined benefit (DB) schemes, said The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) "statutory objectives should be reoriented", with regulation encouraging but...

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