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About us

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is the UK regulator of workplace pension schemes

We make sure that employers put their staff into a pension scheme and pay money into it. We also make sure that workplace pension schemes are run properly so that people can save safely for their later years.

What we do and who we are The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is the public body that protects workplace pensions in the UK. We work with employers and those running pensions so that people can save safely for their retirement.
Making workplace pensions work

Our new approach to regulating workplace pensions.

Work for us

We offer a modern working environment with a focus on high performance and delivery of worthwhile results.

The Board The Board of The Pensions Regulator meets around eight times a year and is made up of the Chair, non-executive members, the Chief Executive and executive directors.
How we regulate and enforce

The regulatory powers now available to The Pensions Regulator enable us to be more effective at dealing with risks to pension schemes and members' benefits, and to tackle these risks in a focused, targeted and proportionate manner.

Complain about TPR If you’re not happy with how The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has acted, you can use our formal complaints process. We will always take any issues that you raise seriously.
Doing business with us How to contact us about existing contracts, find supplier opportunities and get other procurement information.
Freedom of information (FOI)

Under the Freedom of Information Act you have the right to ask for access to information that we hold.