Most DB schemes expect to be fully funded before 2027

XPS survey found 62% of respondents expect to be fully funded within three years

Holly Roach
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XPS Pensions Group head of risk settlement Stephen Purves
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XPS Pensions Group head of risk settlement Stephen Purves

The majority of defined benefit (DB) schemes expect to be fully funded within three years, according to XPS Pensions Group research.

In a recent survey, the consultancy found 62% of respondents expect to be fully funded for buyout before 2027. XPS said this finding "reinforces the indication that demand for buyout is likely t...

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