Help Centre for Employers

Declaration of compliance (i.e. register) with The Pensions Regulator

Employers need to register their scheme with The Pensions Regulator no later than five months after their staging/duties start date. They will require the following information in order to fulfil the registration process:

  • The Employer Pension Scheme Registry ‘EPSR’ number: Final 4 digits of their employer portal name (your employer code)
  • The Pension Scheme Registry ‘PSR’ number (for NOW: Pensions Trust): 12005124
  • NOW: Pensions’ address: NOW: Pensions Trustee Ltd, 2nd Floor, 25 Christopher Street, London, EC2A 2BS

You can see a full checklist of all the information you need at hand here, and start your declaration of compliance here

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