Exclusive: Hymans Robertson launches DB funding early warning tool

James Phillips
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McLaren: 'It’s about early preparation and action.'
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McLaren: 'It’s about early preparation and action.'

An “early warning” tool has been launched by Hymans Robertson to help defined benefit (DB) schemes understand which potential regulatory approach will be more suitable for their current funding strategy.

The consultancy's tool will measure the scheme's strategy against each of The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) proposed tests under the fast track option, telling them which they would pass or fail, whil...

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