Covid-19 widens FTSE 350 DB funding gap

Hope William-Smith
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FTSE 350 companies with defined benefit (DB) pension schemes have been hit particularly hard by the economic crisis caused by Covid-19, latest research from Barnett Waddingham shows.

Research from Barnett Waddingham today (29 June) found the solvency deficit of FTSE 350 pension schemes was up from £45bn in January to £210bn in May. This comes as the market capitalisation of ...

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