Shane O'Reilly

From the blog: Companies in distress often face unserviceable defined benefit liabilities.



Normally a statutory employer debt will be triggered, which the company might be unable to pay – and the scheme will fall into the Pension Protection Fund.


However, a (deliberately) rarely used alternative exists – the regulated apportionment arrangement.


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