DB scheme sponsors report pension surpluses

Schemes grew from £1bn deficit in 2020 to £32bn surplus at the end of 2021

Martin Richmond
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DB scheme sponsors report pension surpluses

Just under two thirds of defined benefit (DB) scheme sponsors reported a pensions surplus for the end of 2021, according to a new report.

According to the FTSE 350 DB pension scheme report 2022, published today (25 May) by WTW, while nearly all the companies saw pension funding levels improve, 62% of FTSE 350 DB scheme sponsors with ...

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