Pension Protection Fund (PPF) levy rule changes for next triennium, PwC comments

Published at 11:00 AM on 24 March 2017

Following the consultation paper published by the PPF proposing changes to its levy rules for the next triennium from 2018/19 to develop a more accurate assessment of insolvency risk, Julia Dickson, pensions credit advisory partner at PwC, said:

“This consultation should be a welcome opportunity for schemes and employers to better reflect insolvency risk in their PPF levy bill. From next week, when the new models are published they will have an early indication of whether they are likely to be a winner or loser under the new levy rules.”

For more information, contact Felix Ampofo: felix.ampofo@pwc.com/020 7213 3646


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