THREE in ten of the UK's largest 200 pension schemes remain in surplus despite market falls last week, latest research by Aon Consulting reveals.
The consulting firm said explained that – even though aggregate deficits rose by £9bn alone last Thursday – the top 200 schemes only saw an increase in deficits of £12bn, from £1bn at the end of June to...
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