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08/14/2018 11:16 PM

FTSE 350 DB deficits fall to 17% of pre-tax profits
Earlier this month, JLT Employee Benefits estimated FTSE 350 schemes were fully-funded on the IAS 19 basis as of the end of July, while Mercer said their deficit was £32bn on the same date. Meanwhile, on a gilts flat basis, PwC's Skyval estimated the ...
FTSE 350 deficit slashed as firms ramp up contributionsLondon Loves Business
UK pension deficits plummet in 2018 as assets
Businesses have halved total DB pension deficits in 18 monthsPeople Management Magazine

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08/09/2018 12:46 PM

City A.M.

FTSE 350 pension deficit cut in half as firms ramp up contributions
City A.M.
The pension deficit of the UK's 350 top companies has halved compared to 18 months ago, according to analysis out today. The deficit of the FTSE 350's defined benefit pension schemes stood at £35bn at the end of June, amounting for just 17 per cent of ...

08/08/2018 04:14 PM

Employee Benefits

FTSE 350 defined benefit pension deficit increases to £32bn
Employee Benefits
The Pensions risk survey, which analyses the pension deficit calculated using the approach FTSE 350 organisations have to adopt for their corporate accounts, also found that the accounting deficit of DB pension schemes for the FTSE 350 has fallen from ...
Mercer: FTSE 350 pension deficit edges up by £3bn in
FTSE 350 DB pension deficit halvesThe Actuary
FTSE350 Pension Gap Has More Than Halved in 2018The FINANCIAL

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08/03/2018 10:44 AM

City A.M.

FTSE 350 firms spend seven times more on dividends than plugging pension deficits
City A.M.
Some of the UK's biggest companies are paying seven times more to shareholders in dividend than they are spending plugging their pension scheme deficits. Last year, FTSE 350 companies paid £8.7bn in contributions to their pension black holes, while ...

08/02/2018 02:42 PM

Financial Times

UK companies pay far more in dividends than pension contributions
Financial Times
Companies in the FTSE 350 index paid seven times more cash to shareholders in 2017 on a combined basis than they did plugging their pension scheme deficits, according to a new analysis. The FTSE 350 groups paid £8.7bn in pension deficit contributions ...

08/02/2018 02:00 PM