FTSE100 increases longevity assumptions for fifth consecutive year

Jenna Towler
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The country's biggest firms have increased their pensioner longevity assumptions for the fifth year running in a move which has added about 1% to scheme liabilities, Mercer says.

Research from the consultant found FTSE100 companies had increased their UK longevity assumptions by about three months for current pensioners and by about five months for future retirees compared ...

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