Tag Archives: the pension regulator

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Confusion, fines and a messy future in store for pensions, warns Steve Herbert, head of benefits strategy for Jelf Employee Benefits

During 2016 employers will feel the effect of the many changes that have been happening in the pensions industry. Steve Herbert, head of benefits strategy for Jelf Employee Benefits looks…

Auto-Enrolment arrests

Earlier this month we highlighted that the number of enforcement notices and fines for non-compliance with Auto-Enrolment duties was starting to climb rapidly.  That post can be read here. If…

Yet more Auto-Enrolment news (x 2)

A couple of new Auto-Enrolment (AE) news items have been flagged with me by colleagues and friends over the last week. The first, which I think has been widely reported, was a recent…

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Charges Cap Consultation brings certainty (for now)

So we finally have a formal response to the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP’s) “Better workplace pensions” Consultation. I have been slogging my way through the full response, with…

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AE non-compliance: It could be you…

Responding to a Freedom of Information Request, The Pension Regulator (TPR)* – the body charged with policing compliance with AE – announced the following last week: TPR recorded 134 breaches of…