Data reporting is key compliance focus for the Pensions Authority

The Pensions Authority is working closely with pension scheme trustees to improve outcomes for pension savers

17th April, 2016
Brendan Kennedy, Pensions Regulator

The Pensions Authority published its strategy for 2016 to 2020 in March, and within it, Pensions Regulator Brendan Kennedy set out some of the authority’s specific plans for 2016.

“We have planned a varied programme of proactive compliance activity. This will include on-site inspections of administrators, reviews of PRSA compliance, especially in the area of actuarial reporting, desk compliance audits, and checking of employer pension access provision. A particular focus of our work will be the...

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