Governance requirements

There are numerous strict and formal governance requirements that all APPG’s must follow. One of the most important requirements is formal registration. This APPG’s formal registration document can be downloaded by clicking on the PDF icon below.

Download a PDF of the registration document

Further information about the governance requirements for an APPG can be accessed here.

We are open to suggestions about how this APPG operates, including how it is governed. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like us to consider any ideas that you may have.

A record of key developments thus far:

Video recording of the APPG's Inaugural Meeting, September 7th 2020
Minutes taken at the APPG's Inaugural Meeting, September 7th 2020
Slides used at the APPG's Inaugural Meeting, September 7th 2020
APPG Press release, September 10th 2020

Click here to access the full press release about the newly-formed All Party Parliamentary Group on Pension Scams

How do we process your data?

The APPG on Pension Scams processes personal data. Further information on the processing of personal data for constituents is found on our Data Privacy Notice for Constituents and for members and affiliates of the APPG on our Data Protection Privacy Notice We hold your information securely and we will not share your personal data with a third party unless we have your express consent. You have the right to access your data, withdraw consent for the APPG to hold your data, to have your data corrected or to restrict the use of your data at any time. Please contact us in order to do so. The data controller is the Chair of the Secretariat Committee, Andy Agathangelou.

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