Deficit recovery plans: running to stand still?

Jack Jones looks at a report that finds a growing number of schemes are reacting to worsening deficits by extending recovery plans

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A report finds a growing number of schemes are reacting to worsening deficits by extending recovery plans

At a glance Average recovery plans are now nine years, but some schemes do not expect to be fully funded until 2040. Six in ten schemes say they have an integrated risk management plan ...

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