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The Occupational Pension Schemes (Cross-border Activities) Regulations 2005

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Meaning of “European employer” and “host member State” in Part 7 of the Act

  5. 4.Applications for general authorisation to accept contributions from European employers: established schemes which are not carrying on cross-border activity

  6. 5.Applications for general authorisation to accept contributions from European employers: established schemes which are carrying on cross-border activity

  7. 6.Applications for general authorisation to accept contributions from European employers: new schemes

  8. 7.Conditions for general authorisation to accept contributions from European employers

  9. 8.Criteria for revocation of general authorisation to accept contributions from European employers

  10. 9.Applications for approval in relation to particular European employer: established schemes which are not carrying on cross-border activity

  11. 10.Applications for approval in relation to particular European employer: established schemes which are carrying on cross-border activity

  12. 11.Applications for approval in relation to particular European employer: new schemes and new sections of segregated multi-employer schemes

  13. 12.Conditions for approval in relation to particular European employer

  14. 13.Revocation of approval in relation to particular European employer

  15. 13A.Register of occupational and personal pension schemes

  16. 14.Modifications of pensions legislation in relation to European members of cross-border schemes

  17. 15.Ring-fencing of assets

  18. 16.Relevant legal requirements for the purposes of section 293

  19. 17.Manner of applying to the Regulator under regulations 4 to 6 and 9 to 11

  20. 18.Consequential amendment

  21. 19.Treatment of overseas residents: section 66A of the Pensions Act 1995

  22. 20.Cross-border transfers: requirements for receiving schemes

  23. 21.Cross-border transfers: requirements for transferring schemes

  24. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN APPLICATIONS FOR AUTHORISATION OR APPROVAL

      1. 1.In this Schedule— “minimum funding valuation” means an actuarial valuation...

      2. 2.The information about the scheme to be provided in an...

      3. 3.The information about a scheme to be provided in an...

      4. 4.The information about the scheme to be provided in an...

      5. 5.The information about the scheme to be provided in an...

      6. 6.(1) In this paragraph— (a) except in sub-paragraph (2)(c), references...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      MODIFICATIONS OF PENSIONS LEGISLATION, AND RELEVANT LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 293

      1. 1.(1) In this Schedule, a reference to a section of...

      2. 2.For the purposes of regulations 14 and 16—

      3. 3.For the purposes of regulations 14 and 16—

      4. 4.For the purposes of regulation 14, the other provisions of...

      5. 5.For the purposes of regulation 16, the other relevant legal...

  25. Explanatory Note

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