DB funds as an economic lever could derail schemes from responsibilities

Hope William-Smith
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Opportunities for defined benefit (DB) schemes to pursue investment approaches that help repair the UK’s economy cannot stand in the way of improving member outcomes, Aegon says.

This comes after comments from Bank of England (BoE) governor Andrew Bailey yesterday (18 November) about the rigidity of the government's financial regulations. Bailey told the Financial Times ...

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