Average time to buyout creeps up to 5.2 years

Analysis finds FTSE 350 DB schemes’ time to buyout has risen after record lows earlier this year

Holly Roach
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Average time to buyout creeps up to 5.2 years

The average time to buyout for FTSE 350 defined benefit (DB) pension schemes has risen to 5.2 years, Barnett Waddingham analysis reveals.

The consultancy's DB End Gauge Index revealed in July the average time for UK pension schemes to reach a sufficient level of funding to buyout their liabilities with an insurance provider had risen...

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