Asda scheme completes £3.8bn full buy-in with Rothesay Life

James Phillips
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Almost £35bn of defined benefit (DB) liabilities have now been insured this year after yet another giant buy-in by the Asda Group Pension Scheme with Rothesay Life.

Asda's parent company, Walmart, said today it had secured £3.8bn of the Asda Group Pension Scheme's liabilities with the insurer. The deal covers the benefits of all 4,800 pensioner and 7,500 defer...

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