Court reduces risk of scheme deficits triggering insolvency

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Companies are less likely to be wound up because of their pension deficit after the Supreme Court upheld a decision to set a high threshold for declaring a business insolvent.

The judgement upheld a decision by the Court of Appeal in BNY Corporate Trustee Services v Eurosail UK that the existence of a deficit between assets and liabilities was not in itself sufficient re...

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