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Code in force: April 2005
Guidance available with this code

The requirement to report is a vital part of the regulatory framework. Whistleblowing reports are a key source of information that we use to fulfil our regulatory responsibilities for work-based pensions.

Code in force: April 2005
Guidance available with this code

There are a number of notifiable events designed to give The Pensions Regulator early warning of a possible call on the Pension Protection Fund. If an event occurs it must be notified in writing to The Pensions Regulator as soon as reasonably practicable.

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Code in force: July 2014

This code of practice provides practical guidance to trustees and employers of defined benefit (DB) schemes on how to comply with the scheme funding requirements under Part 3 of the Pensions Act 2004.

Code in force: May 2006

This code of practice applies to trustees of occupational pension schemes where the scheme rules do not provide vested rights to benefits for members with three months' service, but less than two years' service

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Code in force: September 2013
Guidance available with this code

This code and guidance sets out how trustees of DC occupational schemes should monitor the payment of contributions, provide information to help members check contributions and report material payment failures to the regulator.

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Code in force: September 2013
Guidance available with this code

This code and guidance sets out how managers of personal pension schemes should monitor the payment of contributions, provide information to help members to check contributions and report material payment failures to the regulator.

Code in force: November 2009

This code is designed to help trustees by setting out what is meant by knowledge and understanding in the legislation and the scope of the knowledge and understanding requirements

Code in force: November 2006
Guidance available with this code

The purpose of this code is to help trustees of occupational pension schemes to put in place and implement arrangements to provide that at least one-third of the trustees are member-nominated trustees

Code in force: November 2006
Guidance available with this code

This code sets out the regulator's expectations of how occupational pension schemes should satisfy the legal requirement to have adequate internal controls in place

Code in force: January 2007

This code aims to assist anyone seeking to modify an occupational pension scheme to discharge their duties

Code in force: July 2008

This code of practice provides practical examples on the Pensions Regulator's expectation of the reasonable time periods stated in the legislation related to dispute resolution

Code in force: June 2009
Guidance available with this code

It sets out the circumstances in which the regulator expects to issue a contribution notice as a result of being of the opinion that the material detriment test is met.

Code in force: November 2013

This code of practice sets out the legal requirements and standards of governance and administration that trustees of occupational defined contribution (DC) trust-based schemes need to attain.

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