Soaring costs could mean no FTSE 100 employee has access to a DB pension in three years’ time, a consultant has warned.
The insurer will take on pension liabilities for packaging company WestRock.
Maintaining volatility appears to be easier than maintaining a consistent outcome, according to research.
The deals could open up the smaller end of the market to longevity reinsurance, argues Mercer.
The transaction is the latest to take advantage of attractive post-Brexit pricing.
Corporate plan sponsors offer a good example for defined contribution, NEPC says.
Even in low-inflation environments, portfolios remain at risk of inflation surprises, argues Meketa.
Record-low interest rates have wiped out any gains from asset price recovery, writes Chief Research Strategist Bob Collie.
Abbey Life backs the transaction, covering 4,000 UK pensioners.
Spiraling deficits indicate a change to traditional methods is necessary, argues one asset manager.