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Are DB schemes in crisis? New TPR blog

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Are DB schemes in crisis? New blog launched today

We’ve just launched a new blog, which showcases the news and views of TPR senior staff in their own words. They’ll be covering a variety of subjects, from how to engage people with pensions and savings, to how we’ll be helping newly-created companies meet their automatic enrolment duties. 

In this first edition, executive director for regulatory policy, Andrew Warwick-Thompson, shares his thoughts on DB pension scheme deficits – and how calculating them on a scheme-specific, rather than a buyout basis can lead to very different news headlines.  

Trustees fined for chair’s statement failings

In August we ordered Pitmans Trustees to pay three £2,000 fines after failing to prepare governance statements for three separate schemes. The maximum fines were imposed because the schemes were run by professional trustees, who are expected to meet a higher standard of care and demonstrate a greater level of knowledge and understanding than other trustees. Trustees are required to notify us of breaches via the scheme return and we will take action if the scheme return is not completed. 

You can read more about it in this regulatory intervention report.

DC master trust added to TPR list

Standard Life’s defined contribution (DC) master trust has been added to our list, bringing the total to 12 schemes that have been independently assessed against the master trust assurance framework. 

Obtaining assurance enables trustees to demonstrate that their scheme meets the governance and administration standards as set out in the DC code, and helps employers find a scheme that has been independently reviewed to comply with their AE duties.

New standards outlined in revised DC code of practice
We’ve published our revised code of practice and a set of new guides to help trustee boards and managers of all DC schemes comply with the law and run high quality schemes. While the code sets out the standards we expect schemes to meet, the guides provide information on how those standards might be met in practice. 

The code and guides have been through an extensive stakeholder engagement process and when users work through the code online they can now link directly from it to the relevant guide.

The code applies to schemes of all sizes providing money purchase benefits and we expect trustee boards to be able to demonstrate that their scheme complies with the standards. 

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