FTSE 350 firms urged to take 'bespoke' funding route

Hymans Robertson has compared the funding routes under TPR’s new regime

Hope William-Smith
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Schemes must choose between the 'bespoke' and 'fast track' funding routes
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Schemes must choose between the 'bespoke' and 'fast track' funding routes

FTSE 350 schemes that choose The Pension Regulator’s (TPR) ‘bespoke’ funding route could collectively save around £15bn in deficit contributions, according to Hymans Robertson.

The consultancy's annual FTSE 350 DB report - published yesterday (14 December) - estimated 40% of FTSE350 companies should consider the bespoke option over the ‘fast track' route. Given the savings...

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