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.
In its most recent AEGON Global Pensions report, the firm found 80% of respondents to its European survey supported the idea of cross border pensions in principal, but more than half doubted their ...
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