To be a forum through which parliamentarians and other stakeholders can work together to better protect the public from the perils of pension scams and secondary scammers; give scam victims a representative collective voice; signpost victims to support; and facilitate the development of preventative and supportive policy initiatives.
1. Pension Scams
13/08/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: 8643, 13 August 2019 Pension Scams By David Hirst Contents: 1. Pension scams 2. Frequently asked questions
Protecting pension savers - five years on from the pension freedoms: Pension scams
In 2015, people
3. Letter from Debbie Gupta, Director of Consumer Investments Supervision, Financial Conduct Authority, to Guy Opperman MP, regarding use of the FCA Warning List to reduce pension scams
05/10/2020 - Bill Documents
Use of the FCA Warning List to reduce pension scams
the Department of Work and Pen
4. Protecting pension savers – five years on from the pension freedoms: Pension scams
28/07/2020 - Select Committee Inquiry
Found: move from saving for retirement to using their pension savings.
This work will be in three parts
5. Letter from Chief Executive, The Pensions Regulator, to the Chair relating to Project Bloom, 13 November 2017
14/11/2017 - Inquiry: Pension freedom and choice - Work and Pensions Committee
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Found: TPR™s submission to the Committee™s
inquiry on pension freedoms and choice and your request for further
1. Pension Scams
14/10/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: and The People’s Pension Protecting People’s Pensions: Understanding and Preventing Scams, published on - Speech Link
2: savings. We have introduced measures that assist all pension savers to understand their choices and alert them - Speech Link
3: more specific actions are taken. Tragically, some scams make the victim complicit in the crime, so they - Speech Link
2. India: Scam Call Centres
21/04/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: representation from older people who are worried about scams. As regards our work with India and the Indian Government - Speech Link
2: point. Given the rise in Covid-related fraud and scams in the UK, where we know unscrupulous criminals - Speech Link
3: additional £600,000 for National Trading Standards scams teams to provide call-blocking technology to vulnerable - Speech Link
3. Pension Schemes Bill [ Lords ] (Third sitting)
05/11/2020 - Public Bill Committees
1: subsection (1), “relevant scheme” means an occupational pension scheme that is not near significant maturity and - Speech Link
2: subsection (1), “relevant scheme” means an occupational pension scheme that is not near significant maturity and - Speech Link
3: existing statutory framework for defined-benefit pension scheme funding and strengthen the enforcement powers - Speech Link
4. Online Scams
10/11/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: considered the matter of protecting people from online scams.It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship - Speech Link
2: my constituency, I have had two cases of online scams brought to me. One gentleman thought he had purchased - Speech Link
5. Pension Schemes Bill [Lords]
07/10/2020 - Commons Chamber
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