The combined deficit of the UK's biggest schemes remains unchanged from six years ago at £68bn, despite contributions of more than £50bn, figures reveal.
When the Aon Hewitt 200 index commenced on 31 March, 2005, the deficit of the 200 largest UK final salary schemes stood at £68bn. Six years later the index revealed the deficit is still £68bn, despite...
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The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has named Stephen Wilcox as chief risk officer, replacing Hans den Boer who leaves the lifeboat fund after just over three years in the role.
UK consumer price inflation fell 0.1 percentage points in April to 2.4%, a fresh one-year low and missing economists' expectations of inflation remaining at 2.5%.
Speculation about rate rises has caused some schemes to delay any further liability hedging. Rosalind Mann looks at why this may be the wrong move.