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With choppy times on the equity markets, pension scheme funding positions need innovative solutions. John Illsley looks at UK corporates’ options to use their brands.
The debt resting on private sector pension schemes in the UK reached £117 billion at the end of last month, new figures show.
The FTSE 350's collective final salary pensions deficit totalled £38 billion at the end of July, down from £44 billion in the previous month, according to new figures.
Many UK pension funds saw their deficits increase during July, according to the latest figures from the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
The following article highlights the need for the company valuation professional to look beyond the pension figures disclosed in the body of the accounts, since the cash commitment of the company to its pension scheme could be much higher than is implied by the accounting deficit disclosed.
A pensions report has found the mark-to-market accounting standards currently used to calculate companies' pension assets and liabilities are undermining retirement provisions in the UK.
The financial implications of proposed EU pension regulations are causing concern among UK business leaders, new research suggests.
By the end of last month, the aggregate pension deficit facing FTSE 350 IAS19 defined benefit schemes had reached £60 billion, according to the latest figures.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has announced that the overall deficit of the UK's private sector final salary pension schemes fell last month.
In August the accounting deficit of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes in the UK increased slightly, the latest figures show.
New research has revealed that directors at the UK's top firms have built up pension pots worth as much as £4.3 million each on average.