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Financial services regulators have joined forces to address the attitude and approach of financial services firms to climate change.

A major trial involving an alleged £13.7m pension transfer fraud has been set to take place in June 2022 after three people appeared in court this week.

A 61-year-old man has been extradited from Spain in connection with a £13.7m pension fraud prosecution being brought by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).

Nearly 120 pension schemes have signed up to back a campaign launched by The Pensions Regulator to do more to fight pensions scams.

The number of pension withdrawals in August and September increase dramatically, according to new data.

A convicted criminal accountant who defrauded a pension scheme of £292,000 has been ordered to repay the money.

MPs have urged the Pensions Regulator to help employees who do opt-out due to financial difficulties during the pandemic to re-enrol than would happen normally under auto-enrolment.

The Pensions Regulator has so far issued 115,459 auto-enrolment fixed penalty notices since the start of the workplace pension scheme in 2012.

The Pensions Regulator has warned savers looking to transfer their pension pot during the Covid-19 outbreak that the move is “unlikely” to be in their best long term interests.

The director of a company acting as a trustee for 16 pension schemes has received a £10,000 court fine for failing to hand information to The Pensions Regulator.

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