Businesses with pension deficits are starting to utilise property to finance the gap. Laura Blows finds out how companies are using property as a contingent asset and the advantage of these types of arrangements
Companies looking to close their pension financing black hole have struck upon a rather literal tactic – filling it with bricks and mortar. A number of employers this year have tackled their deficits by...
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