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Under the auspices of the American Benefits Institute, the Council conducts research and serves as a conduit for global companies to share information about international retirement, health and compensation plan trends.

Global Benefits Committee   |   Benefits Passport   |   Latest Developments   |   Global Trends   |   Global Alliances   |   OECD Outreach

 

Global Benefits Committee

Through the Global Benefits Committee, the Council provides a forum in which to share information on benefits design and practices affecting non-U.S. based employees, as well as a resource for non-U.S. based companies operating in the United States.

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Latest Developments

U.S. legislative and regulatory matters affecting global benefits and compensation, covering laws related to international taxation, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, expatriate health plans, among others.

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Global Alliances

The Council is a member of a number of a number of global alliances dedicated to expanding knowledge and providing resources on the full range of international benefits matters.

GPA

Global Pension Alliance (GPA)

The Council is a founding member of the GPA, a trans-Atlantic coalition of business groups dedicated to global benefits issues such as retirement security and affordability, regulation investment and demographic change.

IEBA

International Employee Benefits Association

The Council serves as the U.S. chapter of IEBA is the world's leading association providing education, information and professional development opportunities in the constantly evolving world of International Employee Benefits. Members of the Council are entitled to complimentary membership in IEBA.

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OECD Outreach

The American Benefits Institute, the education and research affiliate of the American Benefits Council (Council), serves as a private sector advisor to the U.S. government delegation to the OECD. Richard Hinz, Senior Advisor to the Council, is the former Chairman of the OECD’s Working Party on Private Pensions from his tenure at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).

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