Scottish Widows completes £2bn de-risking deals in 2019

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The insurer completed five deals last year
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The insurer completed five deals last year

Scottish Widows completed five bulk annuity transactions in 2019, with liabilities insured exceeding £2bn.

The figure is up on 2018, when a total of £1.8bn of defined benefit (DB) scheme liabilities were secured with the insurer. Last year's deals included an £805m buy-in with the Electricity North W...

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