Regret risk for DB pension schemes

Mathew Webb says schemes are looking to manage regret risk as they look to endgame

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Endgame planning will require an assessment of how to reshape assets
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Endgame planning will require an assessment of how to reshape assets

Following the moves in interest rates experienced globally in 2022, the Pensions Regulator (TPR) estimates that most defined benefit (DB) pension schemes have seen improved funding levels over the past year.

An audience poll, conducted at Legal & General Investment Management's (LGIM's) client conference in October, supports this notion as 22% of DB clients confirmed that they had a well-funded buyout ...

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