Navigating your Employee Benefits Obligation Beyond 2020

  • LIVE WEBCAST: 14 May 2020

Overview

We are seeing one of the most turbulent starts to a year: COVID-19 outbreak, US-Iran tension, oil price war, and local political instability. GDP for Thailand may contract as much as -6.9% YOY, with unemployment projected as high as 13% towards the end of Q21

The effect of this backdrop – hampered inflation, low rates, and high unemployment – on your benefit obligation is inevitable and significant. Being able to understand the valuation principles and forecast the impact to your balance sheet and P&L will provide greater clarity on your road ahead.

We are delighted to invite you to our webinar, where our actuaries and investment strategist from Mercer will provide you the latest market update, the implications of the global economic slowdown on pension schemes, and how Mercer recommends you to manage your Employee Benefits Obligation.

1 Source: Merill Lynch-Phatra Research

Why attend?

Key takeaways: we will help you answer the following questions

  • What has been happening around the world and which of the economic variables that drive your employee benefits obligation have been
  • How to brace for a potential restructuring, from a pension management perspective? What are the short-run and long-run impact to your Balance Sheet and P&L?
  • What you should do to monitor and budget for these impacts, and how Mercer can help

Speakers

Our Wealth consultants are delighted to help you navigate through one of the most volatile periods in the history.

  • Kasin Sutuntivorakoon (FCAS, FSAT), Wealth Business Leader and signing actuary
  • Vinithorn Thipputsakaew (ASA), Actuary
  • Suthayut Chuaphanich, Head of Investment Solutions

 

 

 

Webcast details
  • Title: Navigating your Employee Benefits Obligation Beyond 2020

  • Date: 14 May 2020

  • Language: English

  • Time: 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM WIB

Webcast Contact
  • For further information regarding this webcast please contact:
  • Kate Tan
  • @Kate Tan