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This statistical publication produced by the Department, contains analysis on non-UK nationals living in Northern Ireland, with specific focus on this groups’ current and historical interaction with the benefit system.
This Regulatory Impact Assessment considers the impact of introducing a restriction on the permitted charges that trustees or managers of certain occupational pension schemes can impose upon their members, for the investment administration and general scheme administration of
This Regulatory Impact Assessment considers the impact of introducing a requirement on trustees and managers of certain occupational pension schemes (defined contribution pension schemes) to ensure relevant beneficiaries are referred to appropriate pensions guidance, provided
The Department for Communities (the Department) invites proposals for the development of lands at 187-189 Madrid Street / 57-63 Templemore Avenue, Belfast. Proposals should be submitted no later than 12 noon on Thursday 1 September 2022.
Active Living, the new Sport and Physical Activity Strategy for Northern Ireland, through its Vision and associated key Themes and Goals, seeks to create a vibrant, welcoming, enjoyable, inclusive and successful sector for everyone, contributing significantly to a healthier an
The Social Security (Medical Evidence) and Statutory Sick Pay (Medical Evidence) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2022 (S.R.
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The Statutory Rule gives effect to a new maximum Fraud Compensation Levy (FCL) ceiling applicable to eligible occupational pension schemes.
The Statutory Rule introduces a restriction on the permitted charges that trustees or managers of certain occupational pension schemes can impose upon their members, for the investment administration and general scheme administration of their pension savings (also
The Statutory Rule makes technical amendments to existing Regulations to implement the Government Actuary’s recommendation of 3.25 per cent for the new fixed rate revaluation of guaranteed minimum pension for early leavers.
The Statutory Rule amends existing regulations governing the disclosure requirements for occupational and personal pension schemes.
The proposed Statutory Rule, the Occupational Pension Schemes (Master Trusts) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2022 (the ‘Regulations’) set out the authorisation and supervision regime for Master Trust pension schemes under the provisions of the Pension Schemes
This Order specifies the percentage by which the guaranteed minimum pension element of an individual’s occupational pension entitlement is increased with effect from 6 April 2022 (a person could accrue a guaranteed minimum pension GMP) in a contracted-out occupational pe