Pension Age: Collateral sufficiency to be a ‘key priority’ for DB schemes in 2023

Collateral sufficiency, including creating or revisiting a liquidity waterfall, is expected to be a “key priority” for pension schemes in 2023, following the liquidity issues faced by defined benefit (DB) schemes in 2022, Hymans Robertson has said.

Following on from the market volatility seen after September’s mini-Budget, and subsequent inquiries into the causes of these issues, Hymans Robertson co-head of trustee defined benefit (DB) investment, Elaine Torry, explained that schemes will likely need plans that set out in advance which assets should be sold, in the right order.

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