UK - A third of all companies run DC schemes for their executives, research from consultant Towers Perrin shows.
This is a three-fold increase from 2000 when the extent of DC provision for company directors was measured at 10%.
And the consultant believes the number of executive DB pension scheme closures will soon mirror those of mainstream schemes.
Towers Perrin surveyed 67 companies within the FTSE250 and found that 31% of firms that offer DB schemes to executives, plan to switch to money purchase provision within the next two years.
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Employers whose dividend to deficit recovery contribution (DRCs) ratios fall outside the "normal range" should expect to see higher regulatory scrutiny, although no fixed ratio will be set.
Investment consultants and fiduciary managers should expect a final decision on the investigation into the market to be published by the end of the year, the competition watchdog says.