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The EU and supplementary pensions

Igor Guardiancich and David Natali Instruments for integration and the market for occupational pensions in Europe

Publication date : 2009

Number of pages : 28

Author(s) :

Igor Guardiancich and David Natali

Reliance on private retirement pensions is on the increase both at Member State level, via the spread of quasi-mandatory occupational plans, and at EU level, as a result of initiatives including the IORP Directive. This Working Paper analyses the legislative and market trends that underpin this development, assessing the impact of the global financial crisis, presenting the regulatory improvements required, and delineating the future prospects of the market for supplementary pensions.

Collection: 2009.11
ETUI, Brussels, ISSN 1994-4446 , ISSN 1994-4454 (pdf)

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