BA case: Trustees needed a tactical approach to pay RPI, says Arter

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The Airways Pension Scheme (APS) trustees needed to take a tactical approach to funding negotiations to pay Retail Price Index-linked (RPI) increases, their former legal adviser Anthony Arter has said.

Giving evidence on 17 November, the current pensions ombudsman said the trustees had to consider linking the funding schedule with their aspiration to pay members RPI increases. British Airways (BA)...

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