Opperman: DB pension protection system is 'working as intended'

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Guy Opperman: 'The pension protection system is working as intended'
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Guy Opperman: 'The pension protection system is working as intended'

Industry should be aware to not jump to conclusions when assuming the defined benefit (DB) system is "broken," according to the pensions and financial inclusion minister.

Speaking at an Association of Member Nominated Trustee conference on 28 February, Guy Opperman MP said: "I accept high-profile corporate failures such as Carillion do not help the perception of the DB...

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