Pensions Regulator powers: practical issues for company directors

This practice note examines some practical issues for company directors arising from changes to the "moral hazard" or "anti-avoidance" powers of the Pensions Regulator that came into effect in April 2008, in particular, the power to issue a contribution notice if the material detriment test is met.

Ian Greenstreet, Nabarro LLP


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