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New chair at BTPS, pensions facing ‘fraud crisis’, BSPS signs £2.7bn buy-in deal

Professional Pensions
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This week’s top stories include the announcement of a new chair at the BT Pension Scheme, LexisNexis Risk Solutions suggesting the sector is facing a “fraud crisis”, and the £2.7bn buy-in deal between the British Steel Pensions Scheme and Legal & General.

Jill Mackenzie to succeed Otto Thoresen as BT Pension Scheme chair BT Group has announced changes to the composition of the BT Pension Scheme trustee board after Otto Thoresen, the scheme's cha...

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