Pensions regulator head Lesley Titcomb to step down
The head of the pensions watchdog, Lesley Titcomb, will step down in February at the end of her contract.
During her time as its chief executive, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has used anti-avoidance laws to force companies and owners to pay more than £1bn into their pension schemes.
These include former BHS owner Sir Philip Green, who was made to pay £363m into the company's pension pot.
In 2016, TPR also negotiated £329m for members of the Coats pension fund.
In the last year, TPR has approved a restructuring of old British Steel pensions by securing more than £500m from Tata Steel UK to... read more
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