Average time to buyout drops to 5.1 years in February

Research finds time to buyout fell due to rise in average swap rates and bond yields

Martin Richmond
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Average time to buyout drops to 5.1 years in February

The average time to buyout for FTSE 350 defined benefit (DB) schemes decreased to 5.1 years by the end of February, analysis from Barnett Waddingham reveals.

The consultancy's DB End Gauge Index­ - which is calculated using publicly available data from the annual accounts of the FTSE 350 companies - found, at 29 February, the average time for UK pension...

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