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The latest news from TPR: How we use our powers, DC stats, master trust enforcement action, and our new record-keeping guide

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How we use our powers: new blog post

Recent front-page news involving pension schemes means more people than ever are aware of TPR.


In our latest blog post, Nicola Parish, executive director of frontline regulation at TPR, talks about how we use our powers. 

As well as the powers used in high-profile cases, we also have a whole range of other powers available to us – some of which are just as effective but not as widely known about.

Read the latest blog here to find out more.

Latest DC landscape stats

We’ve published the eighth edition of our high-level snapshot of the current DC landscape, including schemes and memberships. It’s based on data covering around 34,500 schemes from the pension scheme register.

Broadly, it shows that DC scheme volumes stabilising. There are 87 master trusts registered with us, and membership has increased 42% from last year, and by over 300% since 2009.

Read the report now to see the key findings and any changes from the last few years.


Master trust fines

We’ve issued the first fines against a number of master trust schemes for failing to complete a chair’s statement, and we’ve published a report detailing both cases.

The trustee of Nurture Master Trust, MC Trustees Ltd, was ordered to pay a fine of £2,000 for failing to complete the statement for the scheme. In separate action, the trustees of the Save and Prosper Funds were fined £3,020 after failing to compete the statement for three master trust schemes.


Read the report on our website to find out more.

Our new record-keeping guide
To help schemes meet their record-keeping duties, we’ve published a new quick guide to help schemes understand why it’s so important. The guide sets out the steps schemes need to take to make sure their records are complete and accurate. There’s also a checklist so schemes can measure their progress.
 
Record-keeping is a vital part of running a scheme and failure to maintain accurate records can affect a scheme’s ability to carry out even the most basic functions.
TPR successful in legal challenge: Silentnight

A group of claimants has failed to obtain permission to bring judicial review proceedings against TPR in relation to an ongoing anti-avoidance case concerning the Silentnight Group scheme.


A judgment handed down on 10 January by the Administrative Court found that judicial review is not the appropriate forum in which to resolve the issues raised by the claimants.
Charles Counsell awarded OBE for services to pension reform
Charles Counsell, executive director of automatic enrolment at TPR has been awarded an OBE for his services to workplace pension reform in the 2017 New Year Honours List.

Also honoured from TPR is actuary Andrew Young, who receives an OBE for services to pension policy and pensioners. This is in recognition of the key role he’s played in a number of fundamental legislative and policy changes to pensions, including the development of scheme specific funding for DB schemes, the design of the Pension Protection Fund and the Young Review of the Financial Assistance Scheme.

You can read more in our press release.

James explains...automatic enrolment when your staff work varying hours
Watch our latest short video about how to manage automatic enrolment when your staff have varying hours and rates of pay.

 
 
 

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