Aimed at professional advisers, large employers with in-house pensions expertise and those with a sound knowledge of pensions, our guidance provides detailed help with implementing the new employer duties.
Guidance to help improve understanding of workplace pension schemes and to promote good practice.
Practical guidelines on how to follow the legal requirements of workplace pensions regulation.
Guidance to be read alongside a code of practice.
We welcome responses from industry to our recently issued consultations.
We often issue a policy statement where we feel an area of regulation needs clarifying or prioritising.
Pension schemes data, research reports and surveys.
Strategy and policy documents relating to how we regulate DB, DC and public service pension schemes, automatic enrolment and employee safeguards.
Guidance on our determination procedure, the process we use to decide when regulatory intervention is required and what action we should take.
Clear and simple guides on key aspects of workplace pensions.
Links to the Trustee toolkit and Public Service toolkit free online learning programmes.
We are committed to being open and transparent in our activities, which may include publishing reports under section 89 of the Pensions Act 2004 on our considerations in particular cases.
All documents can be produced in an alternative format on request - in Braille, large print or on audiotape. We can also produce them in other languages.
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