Falling Irish yields scupper pension relief

Ahead of Ireland’s successful, if timid, re-entry into the bond market in July, some within the pensions industry expressed concerns that the government was seeking to ‘incentivise’ investment in Irish debt through the new funding regime for defined benefit schemes.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds