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tPR guidance for employers auto enrolment and pension contributions

The Pensions Regulator has published guidance on how it expects pension contributions to be paid during the current pandemic and, in particular, in respect of employees on furloughed leave.

Insights

Mixed responses from European regulators as EIOPA urges insurers to hold back on dividend payments
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On 2 April 2020, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) urged all (re)insurers to temporarily suspend dividend distributions and share buybacks. The...

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Insurance regulatory news, 9 April 2020

Recent regulatory developments of interest to financial institutions.

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EIOPA, PRA and FCA regulatory reporting and public disclosure requirements in response to COVID-19
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EIOPA published recommendations, on 20 March 2020, addressed to the EU insurance sector on supervisory flexibility regarding the deadline of supervisory and public disclosure by insurers,...

News

Insurance regulatory news, 6 April 2020

Recent regulatory developments of interest to financial institutions.

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Coronavirus: actions for pension trustees

The COVID 19 crisis has changed the landscape for pension scheme trustees.

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Pension Protection Fund contingent assets: Coronavirus update

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has today issued a helpful statement concerning the practicalities of certifying contingent assets in the current, highly-unusual, circumstances.

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New criminal offences and unlimited fines: what employers need to know about the Pensions Regulator's new powers

In light of the draft Pension Schemes Bill 2019/2020, many corporate groups with defined benefit schemes will need to begin to think about the changes that may take place. However, please...

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Workplace pensions in Germany: what you need to know Client note

In Germany, paying contributions to the statutory (state) social security pension is compulsory for most employees and their employers.

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