Ausgabe 32, 2012
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Proposals to align European pensions’ regulation with Solvency II ill-conceived
The European Commission’s proposals to align European pensions’ regulation with Solvency II fail to recognize fundamental differences between insurance and pensions, and the practical impact on pension funds and their sponsors. This article considers what would be a pragmatic resolution over the short and medium term.
Another turning point: End of the euro crisis?
Have we seen the worst of the European crisis? All over the world, the drivers of inflation and economic growth are shifting. What can companies do to protect themselves in a financially volatile environment? This article considers risk reduction steps that companies can and should take now for their accounting, funding and benefit planning.
Retirement’s Lost Decade?
The term “lost decade,” more commonly associated with Japan, is beginning to appear in the context of Europe and the future of its workforces. The decline in the working population and continuing sluggish economic growth present problems for employers and governments alike. This article looks at how companies can position themselves to be successful in this new environment.
Effective employer-sponsored retirement savings programs mean happier employees
This article considers how multinationals can drive down costs, enhance returns, and simplify investment management and governance of their cross-border retirement saving programs by using cross-border asset pooling. It is only a matter of time before assets accumulate to a critical level and key players realize the significant benefits of creating a win-win situation.
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