TPR general code a positive step forward, industry says

PP poll shows 56% of respondents say code is a positive development for schemes

Martin Richmond
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TPR general code a positive step forward, industry says

The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) newly published general code of practice is a positive step forward for the industry, a Professional Pensions poll has found.

Results of last week's Pensions Buzz survey revealed 56% of respondents said the general code represented a positive development, compared to 17% who disagreed. The remaining 27% said they did not ...

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