Supervising Private Pensions: Institutions and Methods
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Supervising Private Pensions: Institutions and Methods

Supervising Private Pensions: Institutions and Methods offers detailed and comparable information on the supervisory agencies, institutional design and methods in over 40 countries in the OECD area, Latin America, Eastern Europe and South-east Asia. It is a valuable and practical contribution for policy makers who wish to benefit from pension supervision experiences across countries.
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Date de publication :
03 déc 2004
DOI :
10.1787/9789264016989-en
 
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Supervising Private Pensions

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Auteur(s):
Ambrogio Rinaldi
Pages :
9–19
DOI :
10.1787/9789264016989-2-en

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In many countries, an ageing population and high (and growing) public spending on social security programmes have led to structural reforms of the pension system. Privately-managed plans, both occupational and personal, play an increasingly important role in supplementing state-run mandatory schemes...