PPF funding ratio falls 4.2 points after absorbing Kodak scheme

Stephanie Baxter
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The lifeboat fund's reserves have fallen by £0.6bn but investment performance weathered significant market volatility, increasing assets under management by £2bn.

In its annual reports and accounts for 2018/19, published today (4 July), the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) revealed its funding ratio fell by 4.2 percentage points to 118.6% following its absorpti...

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