EU pensions judgement sees calls for further solutions

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EU pensions judgement sees calls for further solutions

The European Court yesterday provided its ruling on the level of compensation to be provided to individuals who do not receive all of their occupational pension due to the sponsoring employer of their scheme going insolvent. The European Court ruled that the current EU legal requirement that individuals should be entitled to at least 50% of their benefits can continue - provided the person is not left at risk of an EU poverty measure equivalent to about £11,142 per year (Eurostat 2018). ...

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Christopher Copper-Ind is editor-in-chief of International Investment. Before this, he was editorial director of The Business Year, from 2014 to 2017.