PPF: Scheme surpluses rose by £50bn in May

PPF 7800 Index found scheme deficits decreased by £2.1bn

Martin Richmond
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PPF: Scheme surpluses rose by £50bn in May

The aggregate surplus of UK defined benefit (DB) schemes increased by £52.3bn during May, research from the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has shown.

Latest data from the lifeboat fund's 7800 Index revealed the combined surplus of the 5,131 schemes in the index increased to £430.9bn by the end of May, compared to a £378.6bn surplus at the end of...

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