PPF Purple Book highlights 'significant' year-on-year improvement in funding

The 18th edition of the PPF’s Purple Book confirms accelerated funding improvements

Holly Roach
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PPF chief actuary and interim CFO Shalin Bhagwan
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PPF chief actuary and interim CFO Shalin Bhagwan

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has published The Purple Book 2023 – revealing a “significant improvement” in the net funding position of the universe of defined benefit (DB) schemes it protects.

The Purple Book, also known as The Pensions Universe Risk Profile, is now in its 18th edition and aims to give the most comprehensive overview of the risks posed by the schemes protected by the PPF...

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