Scheme case study: Closing deficits

After several years of trying to close its deficit the National Express Group Staff Pensions Plan decided to take a new approach. Helen Morrissey finds out more.

Helen Morrissey
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After several years of trying to close its deficit the National Express Group Staff Pensions Plan decided to take a new approach. Helen Morrissey finds out more.

At a glance The low interest rate/low return environment has made it difficult for schemes to tackle deficits. A buy and maintain approach means schemes should be able to receive a yield premium...

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