The John Lewis Partnership has announced plans to close the defined benefit (DB) section of its combined pension scheme.
John Lewis Partnership has announced the deficit of its UK defined benefit (DB) scheme has plummeted by £361m since its 2013 valuation.
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John Lewis Partnership's defined benefit (DB) deficit has increased to £1.5bn as the company reveals a 15% profit fall for the second half of the year.
The increasing cost of servicing its £1.2bn pension shortfall helped push pre-tax profits at John Lewis down over a quarter in the first half of the year.
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John Lewis partnership has appointed Legal and General (L&G) as administrator of the defined contribution (DC) section of its pension scheme.
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John Lewis partnership has decided to switch its final salary pension scheme into a hybrid defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) scheme.
Meaningful guarantees for defined contribution (DC) members are prohibitively costly, driving down demand, according to Hymans Robertson investment consultant Mark Jaffray.
The John Lewis Partnership defined benefit (DB) scheme's total accounting deficit hit £1bn in January 2014, its latest results show.
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John Lewis is proposing to cut its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme and introduce a hybrid scheme with an extended defined contribution (DC) structure.
John Lewis Partnership's head of pensions Dinesh Visavadia has departed the company following its decision to separate support for the partnership and the trustees in managing its pension scheme.
John Lewis has seen its pension liabilities increase by £7m after uncovering mistakes in the way it had calculated holiday pay.
The John Lewis Partnership has reported an initial auto-enrolment opt-out rate of 3.2% as of 31 March 2013.
John Lewis is conducting an extensive two-year review into its pension provision after revealing its final salary scheme deficit rose by almost 29% in 2012.
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The John Lewis Partnership Pensions Trust has appointed Jane Newell as director from 1 November.
CSC has updated its flexible benefits scheme to boost workplace savings.
The John Lewis Partnership Pension Trust has seen its accounting deficit rise by 16% to £479m in the first half of the year.