Total pension liabilities of FTSE 100 companies have risen from £515bn to £557bn in the last 12 months - an increase of £42bn, according to data.
Royal Dutch Shell has the highest liabilities at £54bn - with 15 companies having more than £10bn each, the research from JLT Employee Benefits (JLT EB) showed. Sainsbury's pension liabilities outgrew...
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