Pensions Law Summary - Asset Backed Funding

In this summary, we look at the benefits, key considerations and structure of asset backed funding arrangements

27 July 2021

Welcome to Burges Salmon’s Pensions Law Summary on Asset Backed Funding.

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Asset backed funding arrangements (ABFs) can be an attractive option to address a pension scheme deficit. There are, of course, legal and regulatory implications for employers and trustees to consider before putting in place an ABF and we explore these in this summary.

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