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- Sharing information with TPR
- Reporting breaches of the law (statutory whistleblowing)
Sharing information with TPR
Use our online service Exchange to share information with us about your clients' schemes - register a new scheme, submit a scheme return, report material payment failures, pay the levy, report a breach of law or notifiable event, submit a recovery plan.
If you need help completing your scheme return for a defined contribution (DC), defined benefit (DB) or hybrid pension scheme go to scheme return.
For information about the levy and how to pay it go to levy.
Reporting breaches of the law (statutory whistleblowing)
If you have a statutory duty to report to us see our code of practice on reporting breaches of the law and related guidance below for information on how and when to report.
Reporting breaches of the law
The requirement to report is a vital part of the regulatory framework. Whistleblowing reports are a key source of information that we use to fulfil our regulatory responsibilities for work-based pensions.
Complying with the duty to report breaches of the law
This guidance is designed to complement 'Code of practice 01: Reporting breaches of the law' and should be read in conjunction with the code.
You may have concerns that need to be raised with us outside of your statutory or professional obligations. This could include circumstances where you are concerned about the conduct of the company you work for.
See whistleblowing contact details to find out how to report your concern.
Practice 2: Notifiable Events
There are a number of notifiable events designed to give The Pensions Regulator early warning of a possible call on the Pension Protection Fund. If an event occurs it must be notified in writing to The Pensions Regulator as soon as reasonably practicable.
Code-related Guidance: The Notifiable Events Framework
The principal purpose of the notifiable events framework is to give The Pensions Regulator early warning of possible calls on the Pension Protection Fund - this guidance to be read in conjunction with 'code of practice 02: notifiable events'.