UK law firm Cameron McKenna and Callund Consulting are to work together advising the government of the Czech Republic on supplementary occupational pensions, after Callund signed a contract awarded by the PHARE Consensus Programme.
The programme aims to produce a policy report based on an extensive analysis of employer sponsored pension arrangements in countries across the EU. The report should provide a range of proposals to allow the Czech Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs to form a new policy blueprint, following on from its announcement last year that it intended to promote occupational schemes based on non-profit making principles.