Mayer Brown's Employment & Benefits group is excited to announce the publication of A Global Guide to Retirement Plans & Schemes, the latest in its series of global guides.

Video introduction

Although retirement plans and schemes are generally jurisdiction-specific creatures, the governance of retirement plans and schemes maintained by multinational corporations is very much a global issue.

Click on the red play button below to view a short video by Maureen Gorman which outlines the risks posed by such retirement plans and schemes, and how A Global Guide to Retirement Plans & Schemes can help.

A Global Guide To Retirement Plans & Schemes

Benefits of the Guide

A Global Guide to Retirement Plans & Schemes draws on the input of lawyers from across Mayer Brown's global office network and partner law firms in other jurisdictions.

It provides a brief overview of the laws relating to the regulation of retirement plans and schemes in 50 key countries across the Americas, Asia and EMEA. We believe it will be a valuable starting point for multinational employers developing governance and risk management structures for their retirement programs.

How to download the Guide

A Global Guide to Retirement Plans & Schemes is available as an ebook/web reader and as interactive PDFs (in full and by region). Please note that due to the file size, the PDFs may take some time to download. Please contact us if you have any difficulties.

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