Defined benefit schemes saw an increase of more than £170bn in total deficits in 2009, marking the worst year on record, Pension Capital Strategies (PCS) says.
PCS estimated all UK private sector pension schemes had a deficit of £212bn as at 31 December, representing a funding level of 81%. The firm says this compares with a £37bn deficit in the previous year,...
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