Regulation of private pension plans in Europe

Kleiler, Frank M.
April 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Apr71, Vol. 94 Issue 4, p33
Academic Journal
Examines how governments in the European Economic Community countries regulate funding, vesting and investment of private pension plans and its implications for the U.S. Categories of private plans; Differences between social security and private pension systems; Government agencies concerned with other aspects of pension funds; Three funding options of employers.


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