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CofE’s £160m buy-in with Aviva and a new DB master trust launch

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The most read stories on PP this week

The most read stories on PP this week

This week’s top stories included the Church of England’s £160m buy-in for the Church Workers Pensions Fund, and abrdn and XPS launching a new defined benefit (DB) master trust.

1) CofE agrees £160m buy-in for Church Workers Pension Fund The Church of England Pensions Board has agreed a £160m buy-in with Aviva covering the previously uninsured pensioner benefits within t...

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