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Regulatory Action

The key regulator in relation to occupational pension schemes is, of course, the Pensions Regulator – but trustees and sponsors also need to be aware of potential issues in other regulatory spheres. Here we discuss some of the more prominent examples.

The Pensions Regulator

The Pensions Regulator is responsible for regulating trust-based occupational pension schemes, and has recently been granted new powers to regulate master trusts.

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The Information Commissioner

The Information Commissioner’s Office is responsible for regulating information rights – this includes rights under data protection and freedom of information legislation.

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Financial Conduct Authority

The Financial Conduct Authority regulates the financial markets and financial services firms, as well as contract-based pension schemes.

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