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Playing to win: how should DB trustees plan for the endgame?
9 October 2020

Playing to win: how should DB trustees plan for the endgame?

Soon, Defined Benefit (DB) trustees will be obliged to set an endgame strategy to get to a long-term objective – whether low dependency on the employer covenant, buy-out with an insurer, or consolidation with a DB superfund. The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will expect trustees to aim for low dependency by the time schemes are significantly mature. How should trustees play this daunting game?

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Last update: 8 October 2020

Daniel Gerring
Daniel Gerring
Travers Smith
Partner and Head of Pensions Sector
Sebastian Reger
Sebastian Reger
Travers Smith
Partner
Charlotte Feld
Charlotte Feld
Travers Smith
Consultant

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