The Comet Pension Scheme deficit remained unchanged at €40m (£34m) last year, despite the scheme receiving additional contributions in a deal which released former sponsor Comet from its obligations.
The scheme's liabilities were assumed by French parent company Darty when Comet was sold to a private equity firm for £2 in 2012 (PP Online, 9 November 2011). As part of this deal, Darty agreed to accelerate...
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