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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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