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30 July 2010
BA strikes deal to offload pension risk
British Airways has inked a deal with the insurance arm of Goldman Sachs to offload £1.3bn of pension risk in a bid to clear the final hurdle in its merger with Iberia.
2 July 2010
Rothesay Life announces £1.3bn pension buy-in deal with BA's Airways Pension Scheme
Rothesay Life, one of the UK's leading life insurers specialising in providing de-risking solutions to the pension scheme market, today announces the insurance of £1.3bn of pension liabilities of the Airways Pension Scheme, one of the two defined benefit pension schemes sponsored by British Airways.
30 November 2009
Goldman Sachs insurer in pension deal with CDC
Rothesay Life, the Goldman Sachs-owned insurer, said it would insure pension benefits worth 370 million pounds for private equity firm CDC Group, boosting a long-stagnant pensions derisking market.
17 November 2009
Rothesay Life and CDC Group plc announce 370m pension deal
Rothesay Life, the Goldman Sachs owned insurer, today announces that it has completed the insurance of £370m of liabilities of the CDC Pensions Scheme.
30 July 2009
A new twist for pension buy-out market
29 July 2009
RSA insures against staff on pension scheme living longer
RSA Insurance today announced it had taken out a £1.9billion insurance policy against the risk of members of its pension scheme living for longer than expected.
14 July 2009
Rothesay Life announces biggest ever pension buy-in deal
In a ground-breaking arrangement, Rothesay Life today announces the completion of a transaction involving insurance of £1.9bn of pension liabilities of the UK Pension Schemes of RSA Insurance Group plc (RSA).
30 March 2008
Rank offloads pension fund
28 February 2008
Rothesay Life announces buy-out of Rank Group pension scheme
Rothesay Life, a wholly owned subsidiary of Goldman Sachs, today marks its formal entry into the pensions buy-out market and announces an agreement with The Rank Group Plc “Rank”) to purchase the Rank Group Pension Scheme, which has assets of approximately £700m.