Moore Stephens retirement solutions heads to New York

| February 6, 2013 | 0 Comments
L-R: Paul Morter, business development director in Moore Stephens Retirement Solutions Limited and Clive Dixon, senior partner in Moore Stephens Isle of Man

Moore Stephens Retirement Solutions Limited (“MSRS”), specialist providers of group international retirement benefit solutions is pleased to announce that business development director, Paul Morter, has been invited to present to the US National Foreign Trade Council’s (“NFTC”) International Benefit Committee, at the Yale Club, New York on 26 February.

The NFTC represents the interests of US multi-national companies in relation to their foreign activities, and members include the majority of Fortune 100 companies. The NFTC provides a forum for members to cover a broad range of issues from customs and excise regulations to employee relations, MSRS have been asked to address the committee in response to concerns expressed by their internationally mobile employees (“IMEs”) about retirement benefits.

“I am delighted that we’ve been invited to present to the US NFTC,” said Clive Dixon, senior partner in Moore Stephens Isle of Man, “This is a really exciting opportunity for both Paul and Retirement Solutions”.

The event will be attended by HR leaders and Paul will provide an insight into the latest developments in this area of employee benefit provision and how the Island’s broad pension regulatory framework provides the perfect location for such structures.

“I’m honoured to have been chosen to present,” said Paul, “This is a prestigious event and vendor presentation slots are seldom awarded.”

MSRS (www.msrs.im), provides multi-national organisations with international retirement benefit solutions for their IME communities. It also provides tailored third party administrator services to other Trustees.

 

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