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This paper focuses on the identification of potential conflict of interest situations through effective supervisory techniques, and examines possible regulatory gaps in existing laws. First, it provides an overview of a typical pension plan cycle, and compares the conflicts of interest rules and regulations of six countries–Chile, Costa Rica, Hungary, Mexico, Poland, and Slovenia—and examines how these would apply to typical conflict
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By the Brazilian Ministry of Social Security. (In Portuguese)
Après plus de deux décennies de réforme de ses marchés et de libéralisation des échanges et de l'investissement, la Chine aborde, en entrant à l'Organisation mondiale du commerce, une nouvelle étape de son intégration dans l'économie mondiale. La...
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...
The Working Party has launched a comprehensive data collection project covering the regulatory and supervisory practices in all its Member countries. The first stage of this project is the development of a common methodology for collecting this i...
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 O...
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...
The OECD principles for the regulation of investments by insurance companies and pension funds, approved in 1999 by the Insurance Committee, are one of the first steps in the direction of setting guidelines and standards for the private pension i...
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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 ...