The Pensions Regulator has released its second corporate plan, setting out its view of the pensions landscape, strategic direction and outcomes to be achieved during the next three years.
The plan also emphasizes the progress made by the regulator in the building and development of the organization, systems, culture and processes.
During the next three years from 2008 to 2011 the regulator plans to continue to meet its objectives, delivering against the challenges and core themes set out in the medium term strategy.
The UK regulator of work-based pension schemes has announced that it will be publishing a consultation document on its longer-term strategy in the summer of 2008.
Tony Hobman, CEO of The Pensions Regulator, said: Our overriding goal remains to meet our continuing statutory objectives, working efficiently and in partnership with the regulated community, government and key stakeholders.
We will also need to plan to meet emerging challenges arising from changes in the pensions landscape, such as the government’s pensions reform agenda, to ensure our overall approach remains fit for purpose.