participating employer

participating employer
An employer that participates in an occupational pension scheme. Unless a scheme is winding up, participating employers must pay contributions to the scheme, as required by the scheme's governing trust deed. See also principal employer.
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multi-employer scheme (multi-employer pension schemes)

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