LPFA VALUATION

LPFA VALUATION

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The 2019 Valuation Report has been prepared by our Actuary, Barnett Waddingham, and approved by LPFA Board. The report provides details on the LPFA’s overall funding position across LPFA’s fund and outlines the assumptions used in the valuation process. Please contact our Funding and Risk Director, Peter Ballard for further information. 

The Aggregate Rates & Adjustment report below provides a summary of contributions that will be paid into the Fund by participating employers for the period 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2023.

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