Over the coming months we expect around 100 schemes to publish their first reports produced in line with the Climate Change Governance and Reporting Regulations.Continue reading
Protecting savers in 2022: disrupting crime, managing climate risk and embracing diversity
If the pandemic has shown us anything it’s that the future cannot be predicted with any certainty – nobody has that magical crystal ball.
However, come what may, we are committed to striving to ensure all pension savers are protected and the start of 2022 presents an opportunity to look forward to what the new year will bring to workplace pensions.Continue reading
DC: Investing for the future
The Productive Finance Working Group has now published its final report: A Roadmap for increasing investment in Productive Finance Investments (bankofengland.co.uk – PDF, opens in a new tab). We welcome the report and the approach taken to try to unlock current barriers, structural and practical, to long term investment, particularly in the DC market.Continue reading
Why trustees do have influence in the shift to UK net zero
The risks and opportunities arising from climate-related change are an area of increasing focus for pension trustees. But what can trustees really do given the scale of the challenge. David Fairs, The Pensions Regulator’s Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice explains how schemes can and must make a difference in the transition to a net zero economy.Continue reading
An act to protect pension savers
With the Pension Schemes Bill receiving Royal Assent, David Fairs, The Pensions Regulator’s Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice, takes a whistle-stop tour of the new law and why it’s a watershed moment in TPR’s mission to protect savers.
A changing climate for pension trustees
Climate change will challenge every area of our lives, including our retirements. The pension industry’s response to that challenge will determine its future prosperity.Continue reading
Investing in the environment and saving our future
What kind of world do we want our children and children’s children to live in?