- Published on: 15-11-2019
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Proposals for a reformed pension system in the Netherlands have now received the support of all four coalition parties, VVD, CDA, D66 and ChristenUnie, following a debate at the House of Representatives.
The Social Affairs Minister, Wouter Koolmees, also secured the support of opposition parties, PvdA, GroenLinks and SGP, with the PvdA and GroenLinks parties shifting their position after securing a number of concessions
The Greek government could have to pay out billions of euros to retirees after the country’s Council of State found that cuts to pensions between June 2015 and May 2016 were unlawful
Pension funds and other investors have met with the Brazilian Congress to discuss potential improvements to the country’s sustainable management of the Amazon rainforest
Around three quarters (74 per cent) of Finns trust the country’s pension system as confidence grew by 6 percentage points compared to last year, according to the Finnish Centre for Pensions (ETK)
The combined deficit of UK defined benefit (DB) pension schemes in the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) 7800 Index fell to £174.8bn at the end of June 2020, down from the £176.3bn reported in May 2020
Francesca Fabrizi meets Matti Leppälä, Secretary General and CEO of PensionsEurope, to discuss the key aims and objectives of the association today.
Laura Blows speaks to FTSE Russell Index's head of research, Mark Barnes, about his new paper, Implementation Considerations for Defensive Strategies
The European Insurance and Occupational Health Authority (EIOPA) has appointed The European Association of Paritarian Institutions (AEIP) president, Philip Neyt, and secretary general, Bruno Gabellieri, to its Occupational Pensions stakeholder Group (OPSG)
Geographically speaking Luxembourg is a tiny country in Europe, but it has a successful funds industry. Duncan Ferris speaks to Association of Luxembourg Fund Industries (ALFI) director general, Camille Thommes, about its goals for
2020, and why it’s so invested in the pan-European personal pension product
Over the past decade, ‘socially responsible’ investing has become a key objective of pension funds globally. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) risk ratings have enabled investors to incorporate ‘non-tangible’ information about a company, such as their environmental and employee welfare policies, into their investment decisions