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New TPR powers:
what do you need to do now?

Our viewpoint

The widely discussed new powers for The Pensions Regulator become effective from 1 October 2021.

We are already seeing these new powers influence company and trustee behaviour, including in discussions relating to M&A activity, group restructuring, refinancing, and dividends, with the backdrop of the new criminal offences and contribution notices.  

Watch our on-demand webinar

In this webinar we:

  • discussed real-life case studies where we have in recent weeks supported our clients to navigate the impact of the forthcoming changes
  • outlined the steps which have been taken by the company directors and by the Trustees in these cases to reduce the new additional regulatory risks
  • explored the changing dynamic which these new powers introduce for trustee and company discussions
  • outlined practical steps which company and trustee boards can consider now to ensure you stay on the right side of the regulatory line

The session is chaired by Jonathan Camfield, joined by Laura Amin and Helen Abbott

Watch the on-demand webinar for your overview of the new powers and what these changes mean for DB scheme sponsors and trustees.

Who should view?

Primarily aimed at DB pension scheme sponsors (including CFOs and company directors with decision-making responsibilities), pension managers, independent trustees and trustee chairs. Other pension trustees will also find this of interest.

Duration

1 hour (including Q&A)

Pensions accounting in context - No alarms and no surprises please

Pensions accounting in context - No alarms and no surprises please

On-demand webinar

Watch our on-demand pensions accounting webinar, supporting you to develop a clear plan to manage your pension accounting figures and ensure a smooth surprise-free year end.

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