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The first three files of this statistics release, file 1: schemes, file 2: memberships, and file 3: financials, refer to occupational DC trust-based schemes with 12 or more memberships (with the exception of table 1 in file 1).These schemes account for 8% of the total universe of DC trust schemes (where the universe includes all DC and hybrid schemes with two or more DC memberships), but more than 96% of the memberships.We also publish an annual commentary and analysis on automatic enrolment.In this year’s statistics release we've provided a textual description of the collection methods for the data contained in the Microsoft Excel (XLSX) files at the end of the page, together with information on what is covered by each of the different files.At the point of registration, an occupational scheme provides us with the following information: In addition to registration, we also operate a scheme return process.This is a statutory requirement, under section 59 of the Pensions Act 2004.This means we have a consistent time series, each with an effective date of 31 December for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.

We ask for more information for occupational DC trust-based schemes with 12 or more memberships in the scheme return than for smaller schemes, such as scheme leavers amounts, default strategy and decumulation options.File 4: micro schemes is concerned with schemes of 2 to 11 memberships.File 5: effective date information includes information on the effective dates for data submitted on memberships, contributions and assets.For the most recent year (January 2014), 98% of schemes have an effective date for their membership data after 1 January 2011 and this represents 99.9% of members.For contribution data, 90% of 12-plus member DC schemes (those which have 12 or more members and are not hybrid) have provided information whose effective date is 1 January 2011 or later, and this covers 99.9% of reported contributions.

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