Graduate in Business Administration
Dr Marco Arteaga deals with all matters relating to occupational pensions, including tax, commercial, accounting, insolvency, social security and insurance law and all related actuarial, business administration and personnel policy aspects, which may arise when introducing or designing occupational pension schemes. He further deals with all pension-related issues raised by the involved pension providers and the typical financing instruments, such as direct insurance, reinsurance and collective insurance policies, pension funds, municipal, state and church supplementary pension funds and contractual trust arrangements (CTAs).
Dr Marco Arteaga studied business administration and law in Wiesbaden and Mainz (both Germany) and received his doctorate from the University of Cologne (Germany) for a thesis on a topic regarding insolvency insurance for shareholder-employees’ occupational pensions. He has several years of experience working in managerial functions in occupational pension consulting and in the life insurance industry and sits on various association committees. Furthermore, he has advised the German federal government on the Occupational Pension Strengthening Act (2017). Marco Arteaga has published extensively in the relevant fields of law, is a member of the German Occupational Pension Association (aba), the Scientific Board of the German Insurance Science and Design Association (GVG) and a member and spokesperson of "Eberbacher Kreis", an association of lawyers from large national and international law firms whose focus area is occupational pension schemes.