Trustees of a British Airways (BA) pension scheme have been described as “inflexible” after being accused of deliberately ignoring advice about the future of the scheme.
The government has rejected the accusation it gave advice to former workers at the UK Atomic Energy Agency when it was privatised two decades ago.
Jonathan Stapleton looks at research from Llewellyn Consulting, which analyses the impact of DB liabilities on the share price of FTSE100 firms.
MPs are considering a wide range of views on how to solve the DB ‘crisis’. James Phillips rounds up the responses.
With government bonds amounting to combined value US$7.1 trillion now trading with negative yields, against a backdrop of high volatility and poor liquidity, Paul Brain, fixed-income investment leader, examines how to best approach today's bond markets.Download