Rethink or replace triennial valuations, DB industry says

PP poll respondents were asked if they would prefer a full valuation every five years

Hope William-Smith
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Rethink or replace triennial valuations, DB industry says

Many in the industry feel the triennial valuation model could be redesigned to both reduce pressure on trustees and spread out workloads to allow for better member outcomes, PP finds.

In this week's Pensions Buzz poll, an anonymous pundit asked their peers if the triennial valuation model for defined benefit (DB) schemes should be replaced by a full valuation every five years, interspersed...

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