Firms will have to commit an additional £600bn to their defined benefit schemes if Solvency II is enforced by the European Union, J.P. Morgan warns.
Analysis by the firm's asset management company shows a Solvency II discount rate would leave UK DB liabilities standing at £1.6trn and assets valued at £1trn - leaving a £600bn shortfall to be met by...
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Crashing out of the European Union without a deal could cause a 37% increase in the aggregate buyout deficit for defined benefit (DB) schemes, says Cardano.