Equalisation problems from the 1990s are increasingly coming out of the woodwork as more schemes go down the bulk annuity route. The consequences can be enormous but there are ways to tackle it, writes Stephanie Baxter
It is 25 years since the Barber judgment ruled that benefits had to be equalised between men and women, creating a major task for the industry. However, equalisation was not properly executed in most cases,...
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