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Thank heavens for GDPR!
11 May 2020

Thank heavens for GDPR!

Anyone involved in pensions will remember how 2018 saw us grappling with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), scrutinising pension schemes’ data processes and asking hard questions about cyber security. However, many of us will now be saying ‘thank heavens for GDPR’ – without that, we might not have been able to rise to the challenge of homeworking with anything like the same degree of success.

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Jane Beverley
Jane Beverley
Law Debenture
Trustee Director

DC Pensions Administrators – All Levels (partial home working a permanent option)

Salary: £45000 pa

Location: Hampshire/Home-based (2-3 times per week)

Pensions Actuary, in-house

Salary: £55000 - £85000 pa

Location: London

DB Pensions Administrator

Salary: £25000 - £28000 pa

Location: Glasgow

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