The retirement benefit landscape has changed dramatically in the past decade, and its evolution toward more cost-effective solutions is ongoing. The following resources provide multinational employers with a deep look into the world of global retirement and the trends we’re tracking.
This year’s survey covers US$17.2 billion in assets under management, a jump from US$15.8 in 2019, and 35 new plans set up in 2020.
A global approach navigates local complexities to improve employee experience and manage employer risks.
Multinationals that approach their DB pension risks in a structured way succeed in implementing their risk reduction goals around the world.
Get insights into why sponsors of all sizes are considering delegating their institutional assets.
The new world and economy require us to find new ways to meet retirement plan objectives while efficiently managing resources, time and expenses. If there was ever a time to reconsider our process, it’s now.
Improvements in asset valuations during Q4 2020 drove positive fourth quarter pension index results for most regions.
Defaults or restructurings of government or corporate debt could cause material reductions in asset values for affected retirement plans.
Overall, the world’s largest pension funds staged a strong rebound in growth in 2019, following a tough market environment the year before.
In this webcast playback, listen to the key implications of India’s regulatory changes and the opportunities they provide for employers and employees alike.
India: New labor codes affect employer-provided benefits including provident funds, and industrial relations
Four new labor codes will give some employers more flexibility in dismissing employees and could significantly increase employers’ benefit costs and liabilities.
Sponsors of dual-qualified plans and plans qualified solely in Puerto Rico should update their processes and procedures to reflect 2021 limits.
The newly introduced collective defined contribution plans in Japan give companies a third option, beyond traditional defined benefit and defined contribution plans, to provide pension benefits. You can also listen to the webcast replay.
The changes to Netherlands’ supplemental employer-provided pension system would make it more sustainable, with more predictable costs for employers.
Bill 68 would give employers another retirement plan design option that shares risk differently than existing DB and DC plans.
These limits potentially affect the design, administration, communication and tax reporting for retirement and benefit-related plans.
New rules for employer-provided pension funds bring changes to accrued pension transfers, vesting periods and information sharing, among others.