IRELAND - Many defined benefit plans will not have improved their position against the minimum funding standard (MFS), even though pension funds grew 25% to e77.9bn in 2005, the Irish Association of Pension Funds (IAPF) has warned.
IAPF chairman Joe Byrne cautioned: Despite the impressivegrowth achieved, many DB funds will not have improvedtheir solvency position when measured against the MFS as set down by the Pensions Board, which...
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