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.
Support for the management of a multinational organization’s defined contribution (DC) and defined benefit (DB) retirement plans around the world.
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.
This year’s survey includes an overview of the key trends, including an increased use of IPPs and ISPs driven by the need for organisations to offer pensions that are sustainable and inclusive.
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Netherlands requires that all pension plans transition to a defined contribution basis.
The IRS answers questions on key provisions of SECURE 2.0 and plan amendment deadlines to help retirement plan sponsors implement required changes.
Employers in the U.A.E. can now opt into a new system allowing them to fund individual future end-of-service benefits by contributing monthly to an employee’s defined contribution account.
U.K. unveils pension fund reform as part of a plan to support a more consolidated market for employers and provide better outcomes for plan participants.
Employers in South Korea have until July 11, 2023 to implement a significant change affecting members’ retirement investment choice.
Spain boosts access to pension plans to support temporary workers and partial retirees, among others, and adds notice protections for workers facing dismissal due to a workplace closure.
Spain enacts changes to its pension system to finance future needs by increasing the retirement age and boosting contribution levels for both employers and employees.
United States: Retirement and benefit provisions enacted, including mandatory auto-enrollment in new DC plans
Federal budget package brings major changes to U.S. retirement plan access and administration to encourage more retirement savings.
Employers throughout Germany will want to consider making changes to their existing pension plans now that the first pure defined contribution retirement plans are being implemented.
Employers in Poland should prepare to automatically enroll their workers who currently aren’t in a PPK retirement plan, effective March 1, 2023.
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.
France’s plans to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 and increase the number of years people will need to work to get a full pension encounter protests nationwide.
U.K.’s largest pension schemes must take steps now to comply with mandatory reporting on climate-related risks and opportunities.
United States: 2024 plan-level reporting and disclosure requirements under ongoing calendar-year qualified plans
This article provides reporting and disclosure requirements under ongoing calendar-year qualified plans in the United States.
The 2024 tax-related limits could affect the design, administration and tax reporting for employee retirement and benefit-related plans.
New regulations signed by the Minister for Social Protection begin the process of implementing the biggest change to occur in Irish pension governance in over three decades.
From early 2022, changes in U.K. rules will impact global companies with (or who may acquire) U.K. defined benefit obligations.