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Pension Protection Fund Schemes Back To 97.6% Funded

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http://www.pensionpr..._January_14.pdf

An interesting paper worth a read.

The rise in longer term gilt yields together with equity prices has restored the aggregate funding of schemes cover by the PPF to 97.6% in Dec '13 from 82.8% in Dec '12

The schemes in the universe

The aggregate deficit (totals179 liabilities minus total assets) of the schemes in the PPF 7800 index is estimated to have decreased to £27.6billion at the end of December 2013 , from £59.7 billion at the end of November 2013. The position has improved on the previous year, when a deficit of £221.2 billion was recorded at the end of December 2012.

The funding ratio (assets as a percentage of s179liabilities) of schemes improved over this month from 95.0 per cent to 97.6 per cent at the end of December 2013

The funding ratio is higher than the 82.8 per cent recorded in December 2012.

h/t @bondvigilantes

Edited by R K

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