Pensions Authority publishes FAQs on investment and borrowing for one-member arrangements
Tuesday 16 November 2021: Today, the Pensions Authority publishes FAQs on investment and borrowing for one-member arrangements under the Pensions Act, 1990, as amended (the Act).
The FAQs available under Related File(s) below are intended to provide assistance to trustees of one-member arrangements in understanding their obligations under the Act in relation to investment and borrowing rules and the derogations available to them in respect of those obligations.
The latest versions of FAQs are available under the FAQs section of the Authority’s website.
The Authority will publish the following information:
- final Code of Practice on 18 November 2021,
- instructions on outsourcing notification on 1 December 2021,
- guidance for the public and employers about the minimum standards they should expect from master trusts during the week commencing 13 December 2021, and,
- a findings report on the Authority’s engagements with master trusts, DB and DC schemes during the week commencing 13 December 2021
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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 www.pensionsauthority.ie