Sizing up Europe's corporate pension gap
The well documented decline in corporate bond yields driven by central bank monetary stimulus has led to a substantial rise in reported deficits among corporate Europe’s defined benefit pension schemes. In the UK alone, pension deficits of FTSE 350 companies nearly doubled over the first half of 2016.
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