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The Weekly Wrap – June 22 edition

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A round-up of the pensions news stories published across the FT Group this week – from allegations of factory-gating at UK companies, to fishy foul play in a divorce settlement.

Regulator explains quicker, clearer, tougher

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Video: The Pensions Regulator has promised to be quicker, clearer and tougher in its new approach to regulating DB schemes, but what does it actually mean? Nicola Parish, executive director of frontline regulation, talks DB criminal sanctions, corporate activity and superfunds in this interview with Pensions Expert.

TPR suspends trustee after fraud investigation launched

On the go: The Pensions Regulator has suspended a pension scheme trustee after detectives launched a fraud investigation.

The Weekly Wrap – June 15 edition

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A round-up of the pensions news stories published across the FT Group this week – from tens of thousands of pensioners facing a reduction in their state pension, to Japan's government pension fund criticising active managers on ESG. 

Guy Opperman talks AE, the self-employed and superfunds

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Podcast: From the government's review of auto-enrolment, to the publication of its defined benefit white paper, the past 12 months have been a busy time regarding retirement saving. While a significant amount of progress has been made, plenty more is needed. In this podcast, Guy Opperman, minister for pensions and financial inclusion, discusses auto-enrolment, pensions for the self-employed and superfunds.

ITV cleared to appeal Box Clever judgment

On the go: ITV has been granted permission to appeal a court decision upholding the Pensions Regulator's ability to issue a financial support direction against the broadcaster in relation to the Box Clever scheme.

The Weekly Wrap: June 8 edition

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A round-up of the pensions news stories published across the FT Group this week – from an investigation into the impact of IT blunders, to a demand for renminbi assets among institutional investors. 

Recruitment agency admits illegally opting workers out of scheme

On the go: Seven members of senior management at recruitment company Workchain have pleaded guilty to gaining unauthorised access to computer data in order to opt the agency’s temporary workers out of its pension scheme.