Our report, now in its 23rd year, reveals the state of FTSE 100 companies' pensions
What's inside Accounting for Pensions 2016?
- Impact of EU referendum on deficits mitigated by rise in asset values
- IAS19 cost of ongoing pension accrual has effectively doubled in the last eight years
- More contributions went towards additional DB pension accrual than in any year since 2009
- The collapse of BHS and potential sale of Tata Steel UK has highlighted the significance of pension liabilities
- FTSE 100 companies reporting pension deficits paid out 25% more in dividends than their combined deficit
- Pension liabilities could reduce by £30 billion if based on CPI instead of RPI
Infographic showing the state of FTSE 100 pensions
Watch Bob Scott commenting on the report's key findings and the impact of the changing DB landscape
A collection of some of the coverage across national and trade publications from this year's report
How we can help
We provide individual and high quality actuarial advice, taking a collaborative approach between trustees, employer and advisers, to ensure a focus on good member outcomes.
We help pension scheme trustees and sponsors to determine the ultimate destination for their scheme and help them put together a plan to get there, including how to effectively manage the risks they face along the way.