On the 1st September 2022, the UK High Court dismissed a judicial review, brought by some of the country’s largest defined benefit schemes, over the UK government’s plans, to effectively replace the Retail Prices Index (“RPI”) with the Consumer Prices Index including Housing (“CPIH”).
The ruling makes further legal challenges unlikely and the UK Statistics Authority (“UKSA”) can now legally and practically implement the proposed changes to RPI in February 2030…
This whitepaper asks:
- What now for gilts?
- What are the implications for other financial instruments using RPI?
- What happens now?
Download our whitepaper to learn more…
For more information, contact Geoff Knight, Managing Director – Centrus