EUROPE - Many Europeans may be losing out in pension schemes with long minimum contribution periods because more than 40% of the European workforce stay less than five years in the same job, two new studies have found.
The reports, released by the European Commission today, were complied by Hewitt Associates and the Higher Institute for Labour Studies. They found, under some supplementary pension schemes, workers had...
Michael Bow talks to Matti Leppälä
EUROPE - The majority of European multinational companies would like to develop cross-border pensions but differing regulations among member states and uncertainty over changing European rules are giving plan sponsors pause, AEGON finds.
EUROPE - Mercer has launched a service to help trustees and other institutional investors meet their stewardship requirements.
That the third quarter was turbulent was no surprise. But recently released funding figures for pension funds and asset under management figures for asset managers have helped us crystallise the cost of the uncertainty surrounding the future of the EU...
Pension funds could soon have to bear the cost of a Europe-wide tax on equity, bonds, currency and derivative transactions, finds Lynn Strongin Dodds