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Scams: Don’t be next

The next phase of our hard hitting scorpion campaign launched this month. The campaign has been refreshed to be clearer for savers, who are warned: 'Don’t be next, predators are after your pension' as thousands of people continue to be scammed out of their retirement.

As part of the campaign, we’ve produced a new short film, updated material and new booklets, including a ten step guide on pension scams. Watch the video here.

New schemes on our master trust assurance list

The National Pensions Trust and The Pensions Trust have been added to our list of schemes with master trust assurance.


All schemes wishing to join the list have to demonstrate they have obtained an independent report showing whether they have met standards set out in the voluntary master trust assurance framework.


You can see the full list here.

Helping public service schemes

Our new essential guide has been developed to help public service schemes issue their annual benefit statements for members.


This guide has come about as a result of speaking to schemes and brings together different factors and considerations they need to take into account to ensure they issue their statements effectively and on time.


Read or download the guide on our website.

Revamped Trustee toolkit available for use on tablets

We’ve redeveloped the Trustee toolkit so it’s now available to use on tablets as well as laptops, PCs and for anyone using screen reader software. It now provides a smoother experience for customers and is expected to drive an increase in tablet usage for trustee training.


Watch our video outlining the changes here.

Automatic enrolment helps 6 million into workplace pension

More than six million workers have now begun saving into a workplace pension as a result of automatic enrolment.


Our latest employer declaration of compliance report also shows that more than 100,000 employers have now automatically enrolled staff into a workplace pension.


Our website provides employers with the information they need to understand what they need to do and by when.

Complete the scheme return or face a fine

We’re warning trustees that they could face a fine if they don’t complete their scheme return. Remember, it’s a legal responsibility for trustees and managers to complete the scheme return.
Remember: You can always ask us questions or get in touch with us through TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn.


The Pensions Regulator
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Brighton, BN1 4DW


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