TPR sets out key priorities in corporate plan

Regulator says its priorities reflect its purpose to ‘protect, enhance and innovate’

Holly Roach
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TPR sets out key priorities in corporate plan

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published its corporate plan, setting out its key priorities for 2024 to 2027.

In its corporate plan – published today (3 May) – TPR said it will "direct our resources and talent squarely towards delivering saver-focused outcomes and this will involve investing in our people,...

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