FTSE 350 pension deficit growth rate slows in September

James Phillips
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FTSE 350 pension deficit growth rate slows in September

FTSE 350 scheme deficits rose by a modest £3bn over September after months of significant growth, which saw them almost triple since February.

Defined benefit (DB) deficits of the UK's 350 largest companies' hit £210bn on an IAS 19 accounting basis on 30 September, according to JLT Employee Benefits. This is compared to £207bn at the end of August....

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