S75 changes 'add nothing new'

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Section 75 changes have failed to simplify the existing rules and merely added more complexity to employer debt rules, industry figures say.

A consultation on plans to introduce “flexible apportion arrangements”, which allow schemes in multi-employer arrangements to “step into the shoes” of insolvent employers, in place of existing sche...

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