Essar's pension shortfall
was more than $500 million.
26, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla has signed into law two reform measures that will help alleviate Puerto Rico's pension shortfall
With consumers facing an average pension shortfall
of more than Au4,600 per year** and unable to rely on the state pension, 40% of people have turned their attention to other methods of supporting themselves during their retirement.
2tn) pension shortfall
by 2033, Deutsche Bank estimated in 2012.
Both the pension funds' reported results and Milliman's findings fell within the range of previous estimates from other studies of the total size of the public pension shortfall
in the United States.
The pension shortfall
for the members of the bmi Pension Scheme will be partially offset by a one-off contribution from Lufthansa of GBP84m to a supplementary pension scheme.
com, investing in overseas property could be a possible solution to their pension shortfall
We believe government should look at the long term, as opposed to possibly concentrating on raising short-term cash, which may not add up to what some people might have expected, after provision has been made for debt, the pension shortfall
and the 50 per cent share to racing.
But the average Middle Britain wage earner struggles to cover their mortgage and faces a pension shortfall
The Government also announced it would take on the Royal Mail's multi billion-pound pension shortfall
as part of its plans.
Under the plan, the minimum retirement age will be lifted to 62 from 60 over the next eight years, and a wave of new levies will come into force from 2011 on capital gains, stock options and other investment income to help plug the pension shortfall
REPORT: Forecast of dire pension shortfall
is wrong, official says.