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Publishing information about cases

  1. We put great emphasis on preventive actions, providing guidance, and helping to encourage and build good practice in collaboration with the regulated community. In that context we believe that publishing the outcomes of our enforcement activity helps to improve standards and drive good member outcomes by raising awareness of the risks for example where schemes are poorly managed.
  2. We may publish reports of our enforcement activities, and issue publications or press releases to raise awareness of our expectations among those we regulate and scheme members, and to serve as a deterrent.
  3. Publication raises awareness of risks to the good governance and administration of schemes and should help others avoid problems. Publication also enables third parties to understand how their actions may have an impact on schemes.
  4. A decision to publish a report about our considerations in any particular case is taken on a case-by-case basis in line with our publication policy in the essential guide to how we publish information about cases (PDF, 133kb, 6 pages).
  5. Published Determinations Panel decisions may also be subject to minor redactions to prevent the disclosure of information protected under legislation such as the Data Protection Act 2018 and the UK General Data Protection Regulation, and the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998.