International Retirement and Investment Solutions: EMEA
The global retirement landscape is evolving at a rapid pace. Combinations of legislative, political and economic change pose both significant threats and create significant opportunities for DB and DC pension schemes. Setting and executing a successful global retirement strategy is therefore essential to managing potential risks; from effective benefits design and global mobility arrangements to the governance of financial and operational decision-making on a local, regional and multinational scale.
Aon’s market-leading capabilities make us the perfect partner to help you through your unique multi-country pension challenges. Our international expertise across our broad portfolio enables us to provide integrated and comprehensive solutions, from the management of global retirement plans to the co-ordination of local retirement services. However large or small our clients’ needs, we can help to empower results every step of the way.
Our core areas for multinationals include:
Making and executing strategic DB and DC design, financial and operational decisions globally is complex. Too often, global pension and benefits directors are tied up in detail – which prevents them from focusing on the strategic aspects of managing their retirement programs. We can help you define your strategy, identify opportunities to deliver these aims locally, and help you prioritise and monitor implementation.
United Pensions is Aon's multi-employer multi-country pension solution. It currently delivers retirement solutions to employers with operations in Belgium and Netherlands, and is being extended to cover other EMEA jurisdictions. It provides employers with access to economies of scale on a multi-country basis without having to establish and run their own cross-border pension fund.
Our Mobility Services offer employers a one-stop approach in respect of managing compensation, retirement and employee benefit provision for internationally mobile employees. We advise employers on all aspects relating to the development, deployment and management of total reward (pay & compensation, retirement and employee benefit programs) for mobile employees, and also provide direct guidance to these key employees.
DIFC Changes to End of Service Gratuity
Aon Commentary on Consultation Paper
The Dubai International Financial Centre Authority has published a Consultation Paper seeking feedback on proposed changes to the End of Service Gratuity benefit regime for expats. Click here for Aon's insights into the changes and immediate actions for employers ahead of the proposed 1 January 2020 implementation date.