The Pensions Regulator’s General Code of Practice

February 2024
Region: Europe

The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) general code of practice is due to come into force on 27 March 2024. The code contains new governance requirements and sets out TPR’s expectations of how occupational pension schemes should be managed and the policies, practices and procedures that should be in place. All schemes should undertake a gap analysis to assess what actions need to be taken to ensure compliance with the single code. Our library of resources should help with your scheme’s planning, to ensure a proportionate approach.

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  • Kirsty McLean’s blog of 16 January 2024, Beyond the Frenzy, offers reflections on the general code
  • Kate Bailey’s short video, The General Code of Practice has Arrived, comments on key trustee considerations
  • Kate Bailey’s video of May 2022 considers the different approaches that trustees could adopt.
  • Lynn Housecroft’s blog of April 2022 asks “How much is enough?”

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