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De-risking on the agenda for 91% of pension schemes - survey results

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Our joint PSIT and Gowling WLG survey looked at where defined benefit (DB) pension schemes of all shapes and sizes are at on their de-risking journeys. The results challenged some preconceptions on scheme sponsor funding and what pension de-risking actually looks like.

The three key themes emerging from the survey are:

  • engagement between pension trustees and scheme sponsors to develop a strategy is vital for successful de-risking
  • de-risking is no longer just about insurance - pension liability management exercises and investment strategies are central to a new joined up approach to de-risking
  • funding from the pension scheme sponsor is often not the main impediment to de-risking

Download the full pension de-risking survey results to find out how the best options for reducing pension schemes are managing risk and what they plan to do in the future.

If you missed our recent webinar about the survey findings and what pension trustees and scheme sponsors need to consider when looking at de-risking, you can catch up here: https://gowlingwlg.com/en/united-kingdom/insights-resources/webinars/de-risking-what-the-survey-said-and-three-key-points

 

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