Nestlé decision may trigger Belgium pension fund influx


BELGIUM - Belgium could have an influx of pan-European companies looking to create pension funds in the country if Nestlé's decision to test new laws is successful.

The Swiss giant confirmed it would convert its Belgian pension fund into a vehicle which had the potential to act as an umbrella for all the pension schemes it ran in the European Union. The mo...

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