Stress test: The outlook for pensions post-Brexit

Brexit is a process, not an event

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Stress test: The outlook for pensions post-Brexit

Andrew Milligan looks at what to expect as the pensions industry comes to terms with the UK's decision to leave the EU

The immediate pain of the Brexit vote was seen in headlines proclaiming that the UK's pension deficit has reached £1trn. Actually, the negative and positive implications of the vote will ricochet through...

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