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The Pensions Regulator publishes its 2006/7 business plan

The Pensions Regulator has published its business plan for the period 2006/7 with a focus on delivering effective risk-based regulation.

The business plan also builds on the regulator’s medium term strategy to strengthnen defined benefit schemes, improve the governance of work-based pension schemes and reduce the risks to members of work-based defined contribution schemes.

The Pensions Regulator’s budget for the period is £27.9m with a cash requirement of £26.3m.

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