FTSE 350 DB schemes' time to buyout halved in 2022

The average time to buyout fell by five years and four months

Martin Richmond
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Taylor: " DB pension scheme funding is now in the best position it’s been for a long time "
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Taylor: " DB pension scheme funding is now in the best position it’s been for a long time "

The average time to buyout for FTSE 350 defined benefit (DB) schemes halved over the course of 2022, according to analysis by Barnett Waddingham.

Research from the consultancy's DB end gauge index revealed as of January last year, the average DB scheme would have been in a position to reach endgame in 10.5 years. By the end of the year, this...

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