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We've published initial views on how a public consolidator could be structured

On 23 February 2024, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) published its consultation, ‘Options for DB schemes.' This is a consultation on aspects of private sector Defined Benefit schemes, which seeks stakeholder feedback for the future pensions market. 

We've retained our UK Stewardship Code status

We're delighted that the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has confirmed the PPF continues to meet the standard of reporting required to remain as a signatory to the UK Stewardship Code for a third consecutive year. 

My experience of inclusivity at the PPF

Jodie Saunders, one of our Contact Centre Advisers, discusses her experiences of inclusivity at the PPF. 

We've partnered with Aviva to provide a DC solution

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve partnered with Aviva, who will provide us with a defined contribution discharge solution.

We’ve issued new valuation guidance documents

We’ve published new versions of valuation guidance documents.

Michelle Ostermann appointed as CEO of The Pension Protection Fund

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) today announces the appointment of Michelle Ostermann, a distinguished global pension executive, as its new CEO, succeeding Oliver Morley. 

Michelle Ostermann appointed as new Chief Executive

We’re pleased to announce that Michelle Ostermann has been appointed as our new Chief Executive Officer and will start her new role on Monday 1 April. 

Worried about your Communisis pension?

We understand this is a worrying time for members of the Communisis Pension Plan. We'd like to reassure you that we're here to protect your pension.

Levy rules for 2024/25 year published

Today we’ve published our policy statement with the formal levy rules. 

PPF confirms 2024/25 levy halved to £100m

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has today announced its final levy rules for 2024/25 and confirmed a 50 per cent reduction in its target levy collection to £100m next year, down from £200m in 2023/24.