Effective endgame planning could cut scheme costs by 30%

DB schemes could save 30% by adopting a bespoke approach and ‘not following the herd’

Holly Roach
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Research highlighted the need for 'clear and strategic' DB endgame planning
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Research highlighted the need for 'clear and strategic' DB endgame planning

Defined benefit (DB) pension schemes could cut costs by up to 30% by implementing an “effective” endgame strategy, according to research by Hymans Robertson.

The consultant's modelling - which highlighted the need for "clear and strategic" DB endgame planning - revealed schemes could save money by "not following the herd" and not taking The Pensions Reg...

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