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.
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.
This year’s survey includes an overview of key trends, including ESG investment considerations, the sovereign debt crisis and the increased use of IPPs and ISPs for certain regions.
Continued strong asset performance during Q4 2021 drove positive fourth quarter pension index results for most regions.
Continued growth during 2021 means global pensions assets have now almost doubled in the last decade to US$56.6 trillion.
Tracking recent asset price moves and our outlook.
Defined contribution plan sponsors have until July 12, 2023, to comply with South Korea’s new default investment option requirements.
A proposal in Hong Kong would take away employers’ ability to offset their Mandatory Provident Fund contributions against severance or long-service payments.
UAE adopts 4.5-day workweek to better align with global markets and establishes a framework to protect personal data.
A Senate-approved bill would require employers with over 50 employees to report on actions taken to support gender pay and opportunity equity.
New York state will require most private employers to offer a qualified retirement plan or enroll their employees in a state-managed program.