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European Pensions Awards Winner 2021
MBWL International are happy to receive the 2021 European Pensions Award for “Technology Provider of the Year.” The Awards recognise investment firms, consultancies, and pension providers that set the professional standards to serve European pension plans and sponsors over the past year.READ MORE
Developing total rewards
A large German multinational insurer with ongoing M&A activities was keen to take a more holistic approach to its global benefits and pensions strategy.READ MORE
Acquiring a business with pension obligations
Defined benefit pensions can have a significant impact on corporate transactions and time is of the essence.READ MORE
Harmonising benefits for employees
After the merger of two family-owned companies, we helped develop a multimedia communication strategy to reassure and engage employees in the changes to their benefit packages.READ MORE
Making acquisitions manageable
With a business strategy of expansion through acquisition, a chemical distribution company was facing the disruption and strain on resources of near constant merger activity.READ MORE
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Future global healthcare costs: drivers and implications
Employers around the world are facing steep increases in the cost of healthcare coverage in a post-pandemic environment. Higher demand for services by patients is meeting higher unit costs, partly due to general inflationary pressures, but also due to some of the specific factors driving the costs of healthcare delivery for providers.
Please join global healthcare and benefits experts from MBWL for a deep dive into some of the underlying drivers and how we anticipate those drivers developing over the next few years. We examine why predicting medical inflation is becoming so much harder and what it means for your health benefits and budgets.