MLP strengthens its occupational provision business

  • TPC GmbH integrated to create the TPC Occupational Provision Division at MLP Finanzberatung SE
  • Dr Ralf Raube appointed as divisional board member
  • Further improvements in the processes for corporate clients

Wiesloch, April 8, 2020 – To further strengthen its successful occupational provision business, MLP is establishing the TPC Occupational Provision as a new business division within MLP Finanzberatung SE. To this end, TPC GmbH was first merged with MLP Finanzberatung SE and then incorporated into the TPC Occupational Provision Division. "By taking this step, which enables us to offer all services from a single source, we are further strengthening our leading role in the field of occupational provision for corporate clients," comments Dr Ralf Raube, formerly divisional head of TPC BVV and now divisional board member for the new TPC Division. This will make things easier for clients, as they will then have just one contractual partner instead of two. TPC will continue to operate with the same management and staff. Clients will also retain their familiar contacts and services. In addition, internal workflows will be further improved. From a financial accounting perspective, the merger will be back dated to January 1, 2020.

MLP has been building on its consultancy services in the field of occupational provision since 2004 and was able to substantially expand these once again with the acquisition of TPC GmbH in 2008. Having recorded growth of more than 30 percent in the last three years in the brokered premium sum from occupational pension provision, this field has enjoyed very positive further development. Companies and associations benefit from a full portfolio of services here – ranging from needs analyses, through individual concept development and implementation, all the way up to continuous examination of existing occupational provision systems. TPC offers particularly extensive expertise and can, for example, draw up actuarial balance sheet reports for its clients, advise on time value accounts or offer both advice and support for overseas activities. Thanks to the recently introduced employer and employee portal, the TPC Division now also has a USP as a financial services provider, above all among small and medium-sized enterprises. You can read more on this at .

Dr Ralf Raube (* February 9, 1963) has held various management positions for MLP in the field of occupational provision since 2004. Prior to this, he had been Head of Sales at the Gerling Konzern since 1998 and CEO at Gerling Pensionsmanagement GmbH since 2001.