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TPR launches pension scams investigation-plus trustees fined and named for compliance failings

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Pension scheme trustees fined and named for producing non-compliant documents

Last week we named six pension schemes whose trustees were fined for producing chair’s statements that didn’t meet the standards required by law. The professional trustees of these schemes were also named.

The lists accompany the latest compliance and enforcement bulletin, which highlights our first fines of trustees who failed to get their defined benefit (DB) scheme accounts audited within seven months of the end of the scheme year. Read more about how we’ve used our powers over the last three months. 

Investigation launched into poorly-run pension schemes linked to cold-calling

Earlier this week we announced our investigation into a number of pension schemes suspected of being linked to cold-calling. We’re concerned that pension holders have been phoned and persuaded to transfer their funds into poorly-run schemes with the promise of higher returns and cash incentives upfront.

There is evidence that some members requested their funds to be invested in low-risk UK based investments. Instead, they were placed in high-risk and illiquid investments overseas. 

We urge anyone to contact Action Fraud if they are phoned and offered the chance to transfer their pension. Our message is simple – a cold-call about your pension is an attempt to steal your savings.

TPR fines trustee of NOW: Pensions and sets deadline by which problems must be fixed

We have given the trustee and trust manager of NOW: Pensions a deadline to fix long-running issues with the pension scheme, which have led to some scheme members’ savings not being collected from employers and invested.

We fined the trustee (NOW: Pension Trustee Limited) a total of £70,000 for its failings and issued it with an Improvement Notice. A related notice, called a Third Party Notice, has been issued to the trust manager (NOW: Pensions Ltd, or NPL).

The notices direct the trustee and NPL to complete a series of steps to rectify their failure to remedy the administrative issues. These steps must be taken by specified deadlines over a number of weeks and months. Both the trustee and NPL have indicated that they are prioritising resolving these issues.
 
 
 

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