23-24 May 2002, Sao Paulo, Brazil
The second OECD Conference on Private Pensions in Brazil was held in Sao Paulo on 23-24 May 2002. The conference was organised under the aegis of the OECD Centre for Co-operation with Non-Members. It followed the OECD conference on private pensions organised in Rio de Janeiro on 12-14 March 2001.
The aim of this meeting was to pursue high-level policy dialogue between OECD countries and their Brazilian counterparts on major private pension issues. This dialogue was expected to provide recommendations on policies related to pension reform taking place in Brazil and to assist the government in shaping an adequate regulatory treatment and supervisory oversight of private pension schemes. The discussion focused on the priority issues identified by the Brazilian authorities in the light of further modernisation of private pension system in the country such as: supervisory practices, pension fund governance; investment regime; funding and accounting rules; consumer protection issues, etc.
The conference gathered together high-level officials from regulatory and supervisory authorities, representatives of private pension industry and research institutes, as well as other leading experts from both OECD countries and Brazil.
Conference documentation is listed below by session. Click on the title to download the pdf file.
Session 1: Options and Challenges for the Regulatory and Supervisory Regime for Pension Systems
Session 2: Structure and Practice of Pension Supervision
Session 3: Structure and Practice of Pension Supervision (cont.)
Session 4: Pension Plan Governance
ession 5: Investment Regulation
Session 6: Funding and Accounting Rules for Pension Entities and Plan Sponsors