Lack of action on long-term DB funding targets

Research found just 24% of professional DB trustees have set a long-term funding target

Holly Roach
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A quarter say they will set targets in the next 12 to 24 months

A quarter say they will set targets in the next 12 to 24 months

Three quarters of professional defined benefit (DB) trustees are yet to set a long-term funding target, according to research by Charles Stanley Fiduciary Management.

The firm found while almost half (47%) of professional DB trustees expect to set a target within the next 12 months, more than three quarters (76%) have not yet done so. A further 25% say it will happen...

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