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  • Survey Research Results
    Willis Towers Watson webcast on “Emerging Trends in the US Health and Benefits space” – Webcast summary
  • Survey Research Results
    In an effort to gauge India Inc.’s response to the Union Government’s initiative to lead India towards being a “pensioned society,” Willis Towers Watson invited benefits executives to participate in its Retirement Benefits Response Study.
  • Survey Research Results
    Our 2016 survey explores a broad range of issues concerning employee benefits, health related behaviours, current and prospective financial situations and work experience, of which financial and retirement security are an inextricable component.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    Willis Towers Watson has completed the latest issue of our Liability Monitoring overview, a brief update on key liability indicators. This edition deals with the position at 31 March 2016.
  • Survey Research Results
    This study discusses the challenges for individual employees in saving for retirement in an India that is grappling with globalisation, inflationary pressures, economic volatility and changing lifestyles – all at the same time.
  • Survey Research Results
    In this survey, Willis Towers Watson spoke to the top firms of financial advisers to find out what choices over 90,000 DB scheme members have made since pensions flexibility was introduced.
  • Survey Research Results
    The Global Benefits Attitudes Survey interviewed 1,895 UK workers on their retirement plans and found that employees expecting to work longer are less healthy, more stressed and less engaged than those who expect to retire earlier. Over one-in-five (21%) people in the UK believe they will now need to wait at least until their 70s before they retire, including a small minority (3%) who do not believe they will ever be able to retire.
  • Survey Research Results
    This report summarizes the assumptions used by companies in the calculation of Canadian accounting costs for defined benefit pension and other postretirement benefits.
  • Survey Research Results
    The 2015/16 Global Benefit Attitudes Survey is conducted in 19 countries and highlights employees’ attitudes towards their health and retirement benefits.
  • Survey Research Results
    In our 2016 de-risking report, our experts highlight the key activity in the market currently and our views on what we might expect in future. We also highlight some of the wider issues, such as the introduction of Solvency II and the recent changing mortality trends which may affect pension schemes experience of the market.
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