We support you together with Ius Laboris with practicable solutions in occupational pensions. In this connection we work on a project basis or as part of ongoing legal advice.
- Consolidation and harmonisation of pension schemes, for example after restructuring or outsourcing
- Introduction of cross-border pensions system
- Regulatory compliance
- Negotiations with trade unions and works councils
Added value: The law of occupational pensions is more complex than ever for enterprises that work internationally. This is why we work together with our Ius Laboris partner law firms to find practical solutions for complex problems. We are experts in a large number of questions of occupational pensions law and give advice to enterprises of every magnitude and on all structures of the systems of all sectors. Our involvement extends from one-off projects to year-round management of pensions systems.
Multidisciplinary approach: Old-age provision may have effects on a variety of other areas of law, and it is therefore advisable to work together with employment lawyers who have a broad spectrum of legal knowledge. In our Ius Laboris partner law firms we work together with lawyers who have specialised in mobility, restructuring and employee performance. This expertise which extends across functions makes us the point of contact for a large number of multinational groups, which we advise on the most important requirements of old-age pension arrangements in a variety of jurisdictions. We regularly offer legal updates, guides and information on current developments in the old-age pensions branch. In addition we organise client seminars in which we pass on our knowledge, and organise internal further training courses for you.