How Most British Defined-Benefit Pension Schemes Have Been Calculating Pensions Wrongly for the Last Twenty Years
Published by : Roger May of Royds LLP
This paper gives an in depth analysis as to how ,over the last twenty years, British defined-benefit schemes have adopted a bizarre method of calculating pensions which has led to employers suffering in a global recession and losing hundreds of billions of pounds.
Published:08 November 2012
Business Area: Defined Benefit Pensions
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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