BA puts forward 'flexible' DC fund to replace DB

James Phillips
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British Airways (BA) has proposed a 'flexible' company-wide scheme as it continues to consult on closing its defined benefit (DB) New Airways Pension Scheme (NAPS).

The airline giant has suggested all members could take advantage of a new defined contribution (DC) scheme, allowing members to opt for either a non-contributory segment, higher employer contributi...

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