Changes to DB surplus regulations could generate £100bn of UK investment

Analysis finds running on of DB schemes could substantially boost UK investment in economy

Martin Richmond
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Changes to DB surplus regulations could generate £100bn of UK investment

Changes to the regulations governing the surpluses of defined benefit (DB) schemes could generate £100bn of investment in the UK economy, according to industry analysis.

The research, conducted by XPS Pensions Group, Premier Miton and Burges Salmon, found a "meaningful" number of DB schemes could be able to run on instead of insuring their members' benefits with an...

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