Average time to buyout falls to 5.1 years

Barnett Waddingham’s DB End Gauge index says last month saw improved funding levels

Jasmine Urquhart
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The average time to buyout has reduced over the last month due to improved funding levels
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The average time to buyout has reduced over the last month due to improved funding levels

The average time to buyout has fallen to 5.1 years, according to Barnett Waddingham’s defined benefit (DB) End Gauge index.

The consultancy's monthly tracker, which calculates the estimated time to reaching buyout funding for around 160 FTSE 350 companies with DB schemes using data from annual accounts, found buyout tim...

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