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Employer events that could cause concern to members

Guidance for trustees of defined benefit schemes on how to prepare for and deal with events that may lead to members thinking about transferring their pension.

Prepare in case an employer event causes concern to members

You should be ready for any employer events that could cause concern to scheme members and may prompt them to think about transferring their pension.

Deal with an employer event that causes concern to members

How to deal with an employer event that causes concern to scheme members and may prompt them to think about transferring their pension.

Role of government bodies during an employer event

The role of government organisations that may be involved during an employer event that could cause concern to pension scheme members.

British Steel Pension Scheme: regulatory intervention report

Read about the regulated apportionment arrangement and successor scheme for the British Steel Pension Scheme (PDF, 183KB, 17 pages).

Halcrow Pension Scheme: regulatory intervention report

Read details of the regulated apportionment arrangement for the Halcrow Pension Scheme (PDF, 96KB, 13 pages).

Kodak Pension Plan: regulatory intervention report

Read the regulatory intervention report for the Kodak Pension Plan (PDF, 47KB, 6 pages).

Other regulatory intervention reports

All of the regulatory intervention reports we have published under section 89 of the Pensions Act 2004. These set out how we considered each case.