Five stories you may have missed this week

The PPF’s £1bn in compensation and strike ballots over USS pensions problems

Hope William-Smith
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The best of PP's news from 18-22 October, 2021.

The best of PP's news from 18-22 October, 2021.

This week’s top stories included the Pension Protection Fund’s performance for 2020/21, and Universities UK’s disappointment over industrial action relating to Universities Superannuation Scheme reforms.

1) PPF pays out £1bn as returns allow reserves to soar The Pension Protection Fund paid out £1bn in compensation to members last year as strong asset performance sent both its reserves and its probability...

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