FTSE 100 pension schemes slip back into deficit

Victoria Tichá
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FTSE 100 pension schemes slip back into deficit

The UK's 100 largest listed companies saw their combined defined benefit (DB) funding level fall by 80 basis points during August, according to JLT Employee Benefits.

Measured under the IAS 19 accounting standard, FTSE 100 schemes had an aggregated deficit of £3bn as of 31 August, after breaking into a surplus for the first time in a decade at the end of July. With...

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