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The development of a taxonomy for pension systems is one of the key activities of the OECD Working Party on Private Pensions. It is necessary both for future data collection projects and policy discussions. The final version of this taxonomy will...
18-19 November 2002, San Salvador, El Salvador. The main purpose of this conference was to promote high-level policy dialogue on private pension issues in Latin America, with a view to exchanging experiences on the design and operation of private pension ...
23-25 October 2002, Seoul, Korea. The objective of the Conference was to discuss the various important issues regarding the regulation and supervision of private pensions in the Asia-Pacific region.
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By the Brazilian Ministry of Social Security. (In Portuguese)
23-24 May 2002, Sao Paulo, Brazil. The aim of this meeting was to pursue high-level policy dialogue between OECD countries and their Brazilian counterparts on major private pension issues.
29 April-3 May 2002, Washington DC, United States. Organised jointly by the World Bank, the OECD and the INPRS, the key objective of this conference was to discuss the role of contractual savings in developed and developing ...
Tallinn, Estonia. 6-8 February 2002. This OECD Workshop was organised back to back with the Regional Meeting of the International Network of Pensions Regulators and Supervisors for the Central and Eastern European countries.
This compendium brings together a wide range of material from OECD's accumulated work and experience in the insurance and private pensions fields, including guidelines, best practice recommendations, comparative surveys, analytical data, reports...
24 October 2001, Beijing, China. The first meeting of the Asian-Pacific Regional International Network of Pensions Regulators and Supervisors (INPRS).
Private schemes and operators are playing a growing role in pension systems. This trend is likely to intensify in future years as governments come to face the consequences of ageing populations on their public pension systems. Already in most OEC...