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These principles have been discussed by the OECD Insurance Committee and approved at the occasion of its June and December 1999 meetings. This list is not intended to be exhaustive. The principles identified herein are applicable to investments...
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This document is Book 2, Part 1, 3)a of the Insurance and Private Pensions Compendium for Emerging Economies.
Pension systems are changing the world over. Both OECD and non-OECD countries are coming to face the consequences of demographic changes, and some have already embarked on innovative processes of pension reform. In this new environment, employer ...
What is the current state of development of institutional investors in Latin America? What are the requirements of the financial infrastructure and the regulatory framework to encourage the growth of the institutional sector in Latin America? What policy expertise can Latin America and OECD countries share to benefit from each other's experience in broadening the role of institutional investors? These questions were addressed during
Is ageing a threat to our societies' prosperity? How should resources be shared between the working generation and its dependent older citizens? How should pension, health and long-term care best be reformed? How can older people's contribution t...
This books explores the international aspects of pension reform, private savings and volatile capital markets and clarifies how they relate to each other. Building the case for the pension-improving benefits of global asset diversification, analy...
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This document is Book 2, Part 1, 1)b of the Insurance and Private Pensions Compendium for Emerging Economies.
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This document is Book 1, Part 1, 8) of the Insurance and Private Pensions Compendium for Emerging Economies.
More than a decade after Chile moved from a public pay-as-you-go to a private funded pension system, seven more countries in Latin America have reformed their pension systems. This study provides a detailed description of all second-generation pension reforms in Latin America to date, evaluates the first years of operations of the new systems and outlines the problems and challenges which the systems are still facing. The basic common
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(adopted by the Council at its 921st Session on 25 March 1998 [C/M(98)7/PROV])