Stress Tests for Defined Benefit Pension Plans – A Primer
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KeywordsStress tests; Key Words: Defined benefit plans; pension mathematics; FSAP; retirement; benefits; pension; retirement age; salary; General Financial Markets: General (includes Measurement and Data); Financial Institutions and Services: General; Defined Benefit Plans;
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