Most FTSE 100 firms have no DB pension build up

Just a quarter of the largest UK companies still provide DB pensions to some of their staff

Holly Roach
clock • 2 min read
Most FTSE 100 firms have no DB pension build up

Three quarters of FTSE 100 companies have no ongoing defined benefit (DB) build up in the UK, according to research by Isio.

The firm's study of FTSE 100 firms revealed just one quarter still provide DB pensions to at least some of their staff as predictions of the imminent closing of all private sector DB schemes contin...

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