Buy-in and buyout volumes forecast to hit £360bn in the next five years

LCP research finds ‘seismic shift’ in number of DB schemes seeking risk reduction transfers

Martin Richmond
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Finch: Our analysis shows that this trend is only likely to accelerate
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Finch: Our analysis shows that this trend is only likely to accelerate

Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) has forecast that buy-in and buyout volumes over the next five years could reach up to £360bn.

The firm said there has been a "seismic shift" in the number of defined benefit (DB) schemes looking to conduct a risk transfer transaction with research by the consultancy found the number of priv...

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