Surpluses result in shift of sponsors' mindsets

Two fifths of schemes are still considering the impact of Covid-19 in their accounts

Martin Richmond
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Surpluses result in shift of sponsors' mindsets

With an increasing number of schemes finding themselves reporting surpluses, the end of the year has resulted in a substantial shift in the mindset of scheme sponsors, according to Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP).

The findings of an LCP poll revealed that just over half (53%) of scheme sponsors said their biggest priority for the upcoming year was to ensure there was a smooth audit process. The survey als...

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