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National Pension Trust and SEI Master Trust achieve authorisation

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On the go: National Pension Trust and the SEI Master Trust have been added to the Pensions Regulator’s list of authorised master trusts.

Watchdog to prosecute recruitment agency over AE duties

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On the go: The Pensions Regulator is prosecuting a recruitment agency and its managing director on suspicion of attempting to avoid providing employees with a workplace pension.

IWDC Section of Railways Pension Scheme gains authorisaton

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On the go: The Railways Pension Scheme’s Industry-Wide Defined Contribution Section master trust has been authorised by the Pensions Regulator.

The Pension SuperFund announces second deal

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On the go: The Pension SuperFund has announced its second deal, having submitted its first transaction to the Pensions Regulator for clearance earlier this year. 

MPS surplus share uplift would not be 'transformational', say trustees

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Former miners campaigning for the government's 50/50 split of their pension fund’s surplus to be renegotiated have been told by their own trustees the impact of such a change could be underwhelming.

Employers dodging pension duties by changing their identity, says TPR

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On the go: A number of employers appear to have tried to hide their failure to comply with the law by disguising themselves behind a new name, The Pensions Regulator has revealed.

Fossil free campaigners set to gather outside GMPF offices

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On the go: The Fossil Free Greater Manchester campaign group plans to gather outside the Greater Manchester Pension Fund offices on Friday, urging the local authority scheme to address climate change.

ECPA: Covenant assessments must consider climate change

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On the go: The Employer Covenant Practitioners Association has emphasised the need to consider potential implications of climate change on sponsors’ businesses as part of defined benefit covenant assessments.

Arcadia CVAs challenged by US property group

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Arcadia has received applications challenging two of its seven company voluntary arrangements, raising questions over the future of its pension schemes.

Schemes urged to start work on progressing GMP equalisation

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On the go: The GMP Equalisation Working Group has urged schemes to start work on progressing guaranteed minimum pensions equalisation and rectification.