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Corporate Benefits

Most employers understand that their employees are the company's most valued asset. Therefore, it is prudent to offer a competitive benefits package to attract and retain the best available staff.

For companies operating in their home market and employing local staff, employee benefits are usually mandated and easy to implement. But for a company operating in a foreign country, multiple countries or simply employing a number of foreign staff, finding a suitable solution can be more difficult.

Local schemes are often either unavailable or unattractive to internationally-mobile expatriate employees, and a scheme from someone's home country generally does not offer the same level of flexibility or international coverage.

The solutions we provide offer excellent flexibility, portability (between countries and employers), cost-efficiency and tax-efficiency. 

Our Corporate Benefits Consultants can advise on, and implement, truly international solutions in the areas of:

  • Key-Man Insurance
  • Group Pensions
  • Group Healthcare & Critical Illness Cover
  • Group Life Cover
  • Trust Formation
  • Group Money Purchase Savings

Please click here if you would like to arrange an introductory meeting with an individual from our corporate benefits team.

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