What TPR has proposed for the future of DB funding

James Phillips
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Schemes can choose from two routes for future valuations
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Schemes can choose from two routes for future valuations

A two-track approach to DB funding valuations is expected to improve regulatory compliance while maintaining a level of scheme-specific flexibility where needed. James Phillips looks at some of the proposals

Defined benefit (DB) schemes will be able to choose between two approaches to funding under plans unveiled by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) today. Nearly two years after the Department for Work a...

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