Donnerstag, 20 Juni 2019 14:50

Company pension: Canada Life cooperates with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Entgeltoptimierung (DGEO) by Josef Bader

Wemding – Canada Life was founded in 1847 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, making it the first life insurer in the Giant Country. Canada Life Assurance Europe plc has been operating in Germany since 2000. In new business, the company is one of the leading brokers for unit-linked products. The top insurer points out its great international experience and the know-how of the entire group of companies in order to be able to offer reliable insurance services in Germany. This makes „a strong partner in old-age provision and in risk protection“, says Canada Life. A focal point of the consulting activities of the German subsidiary in Cologne is the occupational pension scheme – in German „betriebliche Altersversorgung“ (bAV). Employers pay the pension contributions directly from the employee's gross salary. The taxes and social contributions thus saved flow directly into the pension plan of the employees. They thus acquire the right to an additional pension with little personal effort, which is invaluable in times of impending old-age poverty. With the help of company pensions, companies can distinguish themselves as attractive employers and gain important advantages in the search for employees and employee loyalty. In order to meet the different demands of employees, individual solutions are required.

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Donnerstag, 20 Juni 2019 14:43

Aras Group: Frank Kahn and Hassan Najjar offer financing alternatives to the classic bank loan

Dubai - The European start-up scene can not complain about their financial resources. This is the conclusion of the half-yearly published "Start-up Barometer Europe" of the consulting firm EY. According to the October 2018 survey, the number of financings increased in the first half of 2018 compared to same period last year across Europe by 19 percent to almost 2,000 deals. The total value of these financings grew even more: In the first six months of the year, deals totaling 10.2 billion euros were made in 2018 – 27 percent more than in the same period of the previous year. In view of the number and value of the financing rounds, we can speak of a veritable investment boom in the European start-up scene.

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