The pension deficits of the UK’s 200 largest defined benefit schemes have declined by 61% in the first four months of the year because of increasing returns from the equity and bond markets, according to research from Aon Consulting. Deficits now stand at £28 billion compared with £72 billion at the end of 2005.
Source: Risk magazine | 28 Apr 2006
Updating your subscription status
Risk iPad and iPhone Apps