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Read all the latest news from TPR. This month’s top stories include our latest blog post on how we use our powers, the latest DC landscape stats, recent master trust enforcement action and our new record-keeping guide.

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TPR bans trustees to protect scheme assets

Today we published a report about how we banned the trustees of the 5G Futures pension scheme. We prohibited John Garry Williams and Susan Lynn Huxley from being trustees of any pension scheme on the grounds that neither are fit and proper people to hold the position. We previously appointed independent trustee PI Consulting (Trustee Services) Ltd to 5G Futures Pension scheme to protect member assets and prevent future transfers into the scheme.

 

At the time of the appointment of Pi Consulting, over £16 million had been invested, the majority in unregulated investments overseas, and the scheme’s methods bore the hallmarks of a scam. 

TPR secures first criminal conviction

A solicitor and the firm where he is a partner have been ordered to pay more than £16,000 in fines and costs for refusing to give us documents which were required as part of a wider investigation. This represents the first criminal convictions we’ve secured. 

Anthony Wilson, the managing partner at London-based Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP, failed to give us the documents we requested, despite being pursued for them for almost nine months. Read more about the case.

Charity boss convicted

The head of a charity has been ordered to pay £6,500 for refusing to give us information linked to an investigation into unusual scheme investments.

Patrick McLarry, the Chief Executive of Hampshire-based Yateley Industries for the Disabled Limited, failed to provide the required documents despite being pursued for them for over 18 months. We sent Mr McLarry, a former trustee of the charity’s pension fund, an information notice for the documents in July 2015. He refused to supply them, and we decided that the failure to hand them over was sufficiently serious to merit the prosecution of Mr McLarry – only the second time we have taken such action. Read more
Charles Counsell to leave TPR to become Chief Executive of the Money Advice Service
In May, Charles Counsell will leave his role as Executive Director of Automatic Enrolment, and member of TPR Board to become Chief Executive of the Money Advice Service.
Mr Counsell joined the Board as an Executive Director in 2011 to set up and drive the successful roll out of automatic enrolment across the UK and was awarded an OBE in 2017 for services to workplace pension reform. 

 

Darren Ryder, currently Head of Design and Service Delivery within our automatic enrolment team, will take up the role of Acting Director of automatic enrolment. 

Focused, faster and more frequent – increased frontline interventions a top priority

Intervening in cases more frequently and acting quicker are among our goals for the next three years. We’re also prioritising driving up standards of trusteeship and helping 700,000 small employers meet their automatic enrolment duties as outlined in our Corporate Plan 2017-2020, published last week.

Automatic enrolment tops half-million mark for employers

The 500,000th UK employer has now completed their workplace pension, as the pace of automatic enrolment continues to increase. 


Our latest declaration of compliance report reveals that by the end of 31 March, 503,178 employers had completed their duties – meaning more than 7.6 million workers are now saving for their retirement after being put into a workplace pension since 2012. 


In the first three months of 2017 alone, 136,000 small and micro employers complied with their responsibilities under the Pensions Act – an average of one every 57 seconds.

 
 
 

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