Most SPP members say general code will 'add value'

SPP webinar poll shows fewer members find code a ‘box ticking exercise’

Jasmine Urquhart
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SPP's members have a mostly positive view of TPR's General Code
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SPP's members have a mostly positive view of TPR's General Code

The majority (64%) of members of the Society for Pension Professionals (SPP) say The Pension Regulator’s (TPR) recently released General Code of Practice will “add value”.

The poll of 482 SPP members during a webinar last week found fewer said the code was just a "box ticking exercise" (44% to 36%) after attending the event. The code, which was released last month...

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