Private sector DB actives drop below one million

TPR annual DB report also reveals total members has fallen by 2.5 million since 2012

James Phillips
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Private sector DB actives drop below one million

The number of active members in private defined benefit (DB) or hybrid schemes has fallen below one million, says The Pensions Regulator (TPR).

In its annual landscape report on UK DB and hybrid schemes, published yesterday (14 December), the watchdog reported the total number of active members in these schemes as around 909,500, compared to 2.1...

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