PPF reveals £678m surplus

Jonathan Stapleton
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UK - The Pension Protection Fund has published its annual report - revealing a surplus of £678m ($1.1bn) at 31 March.

The annual report revealed the lifeboat fund had seen its surplus increase by £248m from the previous year and funding levels increase from 103.3% at the end of March 2010 to 105.1% at the end of March...

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