PRA warns banks over pension deficit reduction schemes that hit regulatory capital

By Justin Pugsley
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Banks have been told not to engage in deficit reduction transactions with their defined benefit pension schemes designed to limit the regulatory capital impact and at least one large UK bank is implicated in the warning. 

In a strongly worded statement on April 13, the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) ...

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