Sunday, September 30, 2007
Surge in pan-European pensions?
26% of the 323 European pension funds responding to Tower Perrin's recent survey say they're currently considering to create a cross-border plan in the next ten years. The main advantages quoted are cost savings, improved governance / control and risk management. Instead of a fully fledged, complex pan-European plan, respondents are looking to implement piecemeal, manageable individual aspects, taking opportunity of many corporate's eastward shift in operations. (IPE)
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