FTSE 100 scheme surpluses remain unchanged at £60bn

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Martin Richmond
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FTSE 100 scheme surpluses remain unchanged at £60bn

The combined IAS19 pension surplus for the UK pension schemes of FTSE 100 companies has remained steady at £60bn, research from Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) reveals.

The analysis by the consultancy's Pensions Explorer found as at 30 June 2024, the combined surplus had remained unchanged at £60bn, which is where it stood at the end of the first quarter of the ye...

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