Mark Ridler

From the blog: The long-running dispute involving the Coats Group defined benefit schemes finally came to a conclusion last month: the Pensions Regulator’s anti-avoidance investigation into Coats resulted in a £74m settlement for the third and final DB scheme under investigation.

  

A regulatory intervention report was issued, presumably to show the regulator had flexed its muscles for the benefit of scheme members and to illustrate the behaviour expected of employers and trustees.

 

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