LGPS funding position improves in 2022 valuation

Hymans Robertson report on 2022 valuations finds LGPS has ‘robust ’ sustainability outlook

Jasmine Urquhart
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Hymans Robertson head of LGPS valuations Robert Bilton
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Hymans Robertson head of LGPS valuations Robert Bilton

The funding position of the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) increased to 107% in March 2022, a report from Hymans Robertson has found.

The firm's LGPS 2022 Valuation: The Big Picture report reviewed all 73 available LGPS funding reports for 2022 out of the 86 funds in England and Wales and found a "robust" outlook of 77% of fundin...

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