SHORT term increases in AA corporate bond yields are masking the true funding levels of pension schemes, consultancy firm Redington Partners warns.
The consultancy firm said long-term AA corporate bond yields, which are used to calculate scheme liabilities, had increased by 150bps since 31 March 2007. It said this was leading to a massive reduction...
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