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Pension deficit of UK’s top 350 companies almost halved from £62bn to £35bn and now accounts for just 17% of total profits

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The pension deficit of the UK’s top 350 companies has almost halved from £62bn to £35bn, and now accounts for just 17% of total profits compared to 70% 18 months ago, according to the latest report analysing the impact of DB pensions on UK business from Barnett Waddingham.

Posted inStatistics and trendson09 Aug 2018 The pension deficit of the UK’s top 350 companies has almost halved from £62bn to £35bn, now accounting for just 17% of total profits, compared to 70% 18 months ago This bucks the trend since 2011 where deficits steadily increased as a proportion of pre-tax

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