Criminal damage to pensions security?

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Criminal damage to pensions security?

Dawn Heath says the government has abdicated responsibility to the regulator over how to apply new criminal sanctions.

From autumn this year, the Pension Schemes Act 2021 will introduce new criminal offences which aim to protect pensions by criminalising corporate activity that damages the security of benefits in defined...

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