THE Bank of England is to review its pension scheme after a £150m surplus turned into a £299m shortfall in three years.
The Bank blamed the turnaround on increases to life expectancy, falling gilt yields and a change in valuation methods. The scheme – which invests heavily in equities (52.3pc) and bonds (39.3pc) as well...
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