Willis Towers Watson fiduciary clients see 23 percentage point funding increase

Kim Kaveh
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Willis Towers Watson's fiduciary clients have seen funding levels improve by 23.1 percentage points over the last 10 years, according to its latest performance figures.

The consultancy's fiduciary management clients comprise of UK defined benefit (DB) schemes ranging from £50m in size to over £3bn in assets. Using information from the Pension Protection Fund, Will...

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