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- Watson Wyatt uses softer manager data. Chernoff, Joel // Pensions & Investments;12/11/1995, Vol. 23 Issue 25, p14
Announces that international benefits consultant Watson Wyatt Worldwide is abandoning its traditional routine and taking a softer approach towards picking money managers. Shift based on several factors; Information on Watson Wyatt; Wyatt's development of the Future Return Expectation (FREX)...
- Watson Wyatt opens office in Sao Paulo. // Pensions & Investments;1/6/1997, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p14
Reports on the opening of an office in San Paulo by the company, Watson Wyatt Worldwide. Function of the office; Plans to add additional offices.
- Watson Wyatt reshuffles. Chernoff, Joel // Pensions & Investments;9/2/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 18, p18
Reports on Watson Wyatt Worldwide's reorganization of its European offices. Watson's goal; Management changes.
- Pension woes mount as two-thirds of plans go underfunded. Gunsauley, Craig // Employee Benefit News;May2003, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p44
Presents the results of a 2002 study on U.S. pension plans conducted by Watson Wyatt. Decline in the percentage of employers with fully pension plans from 1998 to 2002; Percentage of pension plans that were fully funded in 2002; Significance of the fall in funding ratios. INSET: 1997-2002...
- Few smiles in Hong Kong. Ralls, John // Pensions & Investments;6/12/1995, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p27
Reports on the performance of retirement schemes in Hong Kong, according to Watson Wyatt Worldwide in its publication `Measurement of Investment Performance Survey for Hong Kong Retirement Schemes.' Median return for 1994; High cash flow; High proportion of assets invested overseas; Effect of...
- Hybrid Pension Growth Slows Among Big Firms. // Treasury & Risk Management;Jun2002, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the slow growth of hybrid pension plans among big companies in the U.S., as of June 2002. Data given by Watson Wyatt Worldwide on the reduction in hybrid pension plans; Possibility of increasing pressure on corporations to retain traditional pension plans.
- Compensation trends. // Business NH Magazine;Dec95, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p8
Presents information from a survey conducted by Watson Wyatt Worldwide of Massachusetts pertaining to employees' salary increases. Views of Ira Kay, director of the company's compensation consulting division; Findings.
- Global CEOs urge retirement reforms. Rubis, Leon // HR Magazine;Jun98, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p22
Reports on a survey by Watson Wyatt Worldwide of chief executive officers in 23 countries concerning national retirement programs. Need for restructuring the programs; Comments by Eric Lofgren of Watson Wyatt.
- Women aggressively invest in future. Morey, Carrie // Women in Business;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p16
Reports on a study conducted by Watson Wyatt Worldwide, a professional service firm which looked at women investing in 401 (k) plans. How the study was conducted; Indication that women are more likely to invest in 401(k) plans that men; Details on the study.