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Governance & compliance: it’s all about proportionality

Topic:

Legal & governance

Date published:

Friday, 28 November 2014

The Pensions Regulator is keen on proportionality. We are too, but we know many people feel the burden of complying with pension scheme regulations makes applying proportionality impossible.

In this article, Simon Riviere looks at what proportionality means in practice, including examples around employer covenants, efficiency and defined contribution (DC) pension scheme governance.

 

Read Simon's proportionality article

 

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