The shortfall of defined benefit (DB) schemes has risen from £425bn to £800bn in nine years, despite employers trying to plug the gap.
JLT Employee Benefits' analysis of private sector DB schemes said this was mainly down to higher life expectancy and low expected returns from investment. Scheme assets grew from £0.65trn on 31 March...
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