DB surpluses rise by £19bn in April, XPS finds

XPS finds aggregate DB funding levels remain ‘extremely positive’ on long-term target basis

Martin Richmond
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DB surpluses rise by £19bn in April, XPS finds

The aggregate surplus of UK defined benefit (DB) schemes rose by £19bn during April, research from XPS Pensions Group has shown.

The latest data from the consultancy's DB:UK Funding Watch tracker revealed the aggregate DB surplus rose from £159bn at the end of March to £178bn by the end of April. The tracker showed a 0.4% in...

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