The Pensions Regulator has dropped 89 investigations into suspected automatic enrolment non-compliance by large firms.
Auto-enrolment was launched for the UK’s largest employers in October last year.
The reforms, which will also capture medium and small firms between now and 2018, require companies to set up a pension scheme for their employees in line with rules laid out by the Government.
In August, the regulator confirmed it had opened 89 investigations into possible non-compliance with these rules by large employers.
The Department for Work and Pensions says all 89 investigations have now closed.
It says: “As of 31 March 2013, the regulator reported it had opened a total of 89 investigations into possible non-compliance by large employers. These investigations focused on employer readiness (for example, communicating with jobholders) in relation to their duties and helping employers to become compliant.
“In line with its automatic enrolment compliance and enforcement strategy, the regulator has engaged with these employers and through education and guidance the investigations have now closed.”