Record-breaking year predicted for de-risking market

Buy-in and buyout volumes anticipated to exceed the £43.8bn seen in 2019

Martin Richmond
clock • 2 min read
Finch: "The average DB pension scheme starts 2023 in much better shape than a year ago"
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Finch: "The average DB pension scheme starts 2023 in much better shape than a year ago"

2023 will be an unprecedented year for the de-risking market with a record-breaking number of transactions, Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) has predicted.

In a series of predictions for the year ahead, the consultancy has forecast the total volume of buy-in and buyout transactions will surpass the £43.8bn set in 2019, with schemes, on average, five y...

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