Thursday October 29, 2020

DC schemes for a small planet

There are special challenges in managing defined contribution pension schemes across multiple countries.

22nd April, 2015
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Nigel Aston, European head of Defined Contribution at State Street Global Advisors

The defined contribution (DC) pension scheme has increasingly become the normal vehicle for pension provision around the world. The standardisation of this approach to pensions is seen as a welcome development for many global companies, but it does present challenges on a number of levels.

A DC scheme in any one country often has to differ from all of a firm’s other employee benefits because it needs to work within the specific country’s unique context...

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