Pension-Statistics.com is a leading provider of factual information in relation to UK pensions and primarily UK final Salary pensions. In a current and ongoing financial climate it is often difficult to find factual and current information in relation to ones pension scheme. Any true data, especially negative...more
Aim of Pension-Statistics
Our primary purpose for the site is to provide information on UK Final Salary Schemes funding levels and solvency issues. Decisions, especially if you are an expatriate, regarding the transfer of UK final salary pensions and the various options require specialist advice and also a knowledge of all the facts...more
The team at Pension-Statistics.com are pension analysts and experts who primarily provide independent pension scheme analysis and solvency reports on UK and major global pension schemes. The team all have many years of experience within the pensions industry and have a real passion...more
We aim to provide you with as much information about primarily UK Final Salary Schemes and especially solvency levels, funding rates and how much employers are contributing to the scheme and recovery plans. We aim to constantly update the site with new information about various UK schemes and...more
Who We Are
The team at Pension-Statistics.com are pension analysts and experts who
primarily provide independent pension scheme analysis and solvency reports on UK and major
global pension schemes. The team all have many years of experience within the pensions
industry and have a real passion for digesting information, often convoluted and bogged
down with financial jargon, and presenting it in a way that can be easily understood
by the average pension member.
Our clients range from private individuals to large multi-national corporations who rely on the analysis of Penion-Statistics.com in order to develop their own client offerings and ensure that they have the correct factual information available to them when interacting with their clients.
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