Articles - Delivering value for money in DC Pensions

The Pensions Regulator is about to consult on the data that DC pension schemes will have to disclose about their value for money. Schemes will have to report under three broad metrics – investment returns, costs and charges and services – and the Regulator is looking for the industry’s help to get this right. TPR also wants to ensure the new framework helps trustees and IGCs to make comparable assessments of the value for money they offer. Delivering value for money is a key priority for TPR and this webinar is your opportunity to hear and question TPR’s Chair as she explains the plans, which have been drawn up with DWP and the FCA. Join us to hear about the new framework and how you can help to shape these important proposals.


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