Pensions Authority publishes Engagement Programme Findings Report 2021

14 December 2021: Today, the Pensions Authority publishes its Engagement Programme Findings Report for 2021.

The purpose of the report is to share observations on the key findings identified during the Authority’s 2021 engagement programme. It highlights many common themes that emerged across all scheme types, and it also outlines some DB and MT specific issues. While the details of the findings set out are not exhaustive, the Authority expects all trustee boards and their advisers to consider these findings and evaluate their own practices to establish if any improvements are required.

The report is available under Related File(s) below.

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Note to Editors

The Pensions Authority is the statutory body that supervises compliance with the requirements of the Pensions Act, 1990, as amended, by trustees of occupational pension schemes and trust RACs, PRSA providers, registered administrators and employers. The Pensions Authority also provides guidance and information to these stakeholders on their duties and responsibilities and advises the Minister for Social Protection on pension matters. See: