2023 should herald 'new era' for DB schemes

Experts from Hymans Robertson have revealed hopes and predictions for 2023

Jasmine Urquhart
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2023 should herald 'new era' for DB schemes

The easing back of interest rates and rises in inflation mean 2023 should herald a “new era” for defined benefit (DB) schemes, according to Hymans Robertson.

Head of DB pensions Susan McIlvogue said trustees need to review collateral waterfalls, investment strategies and funding plans, and urged schemes to test and rebalance their strategy if they are i...

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