TPR: Total deficit of DB schemes halved since 2022

TPR’s annual DB and hybrid statistics show 2% reduction in overall number of schemes

Jasmine Urquhart
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TPR's annual DB and hybrid scheme statistics show a reduction in the number of schemes over the last year
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TPR's annual DB and hybrid scheme statistics show a reduction in the number of schemes over the last year

The total number of occupational defined benefit (DB) and hybrid schemes has decreased by 2% over the last year, latest figures from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) show.

The regulator's annual release on the occupational DB landscape, which measures funding levels as at the most recent actuarial valuation of 31 March 2023, saw the total number of schemes decrease t...

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