TPR: Possible new DB offering for DC savers 'needs careful thought'

Regulator considers if it can support Pension SuperHaven style solutions for DC savers

Jonathan Stapleton
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TPR is not yet sure if it can support these sort of DB solutions for DC members
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TPR is not yet sure if it can support these sort of DB solutions for DC members

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has “sounded a note of caution” over possible new defined benefit (DB) offerings for defined contribution (DC) scheme members.

In a blog released today (25 April), the regulator's interim director of supervision for market oversight David Walmsley said TPR believed market innovation was "fundamental" to delivering better o...

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