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A £1.7bn buy-in and a change to the ‘stronger nudge’ initiative

Hope William-Smith
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The best of PP's news from 17-21 January, 2022.

The best of PP's news from 17-21 January, 2022.

This week’s top stories include a £1.7bn buy-in for Gallaher Pensions and the expansion of the government’s ‘stronger nudge’ initiative.

 1)Standard Life agrees £1.7bn buy-in for Gallaher Pensions The Gallaher Defined Benefit Pension Scheme has completed a £1.7bn full scheme buy-in with Standard Life following a competitive tender...

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