25-January-2011

English

2nd OECD/IOPS MENA Workshop on Private Pension Supervision and Regulation: 1-2 March 2011; Amman, Jordan

The 2nd OECD/IOPS Workshop on Pension Supervision and Regulation was held in Amman, Jordan on 1-2 March 2011. The workshop focused on a selected number of issues relative to pension supervision and regulation which are subject of intense policy debate at the moment in the majority of the countries around the world and in particular in the MENA region.

18-November-2010

English, Excel, 279kb

IOPS Principles of Pension Supervision

The IOPS ‘Principles of Private Pension Supervision’ were approved by the governing members at the Annual General Meeting held in Istanbul in 2006 and the revised Principles were approved at the AGM held in Sydney in 2010. These Principles cover topics such as objectives, independence, adequacy of resources and powers, risk-orientation, proportionality and consistency, consultation and cooperation, confidentiality, transparency and

12-October-2010

English, , 179kb

PREVIC Information note

PREVIC Information note

12-October-2010

English, , 23kb

Explanatory Memorandum N°12 Brazil

Explanatory Memorandum N°12 Brazil

12-October-2010

Portuguese, , 2,185kb

PREVIC Good practices guide

PREVIC Good practices guide

30-June-2010

Hungarian, , 53kb

On the Reform of Supervision of the Financial Institutions

On the Reform of Supervision of the Financial Institutions

30-June-2010

English, , 1,313kb

National Pensions Framework

National Pensions Framework

27-May-2010

English, , 446kb

Ukraine Country Profile

Ukraine Country Profile

3-May-2010

English, , 1,379kb

IOPS Annual Report 2009

The 2009 annual report summarises IOPS major activities and achievements between January and December 2009 and provides 2008 financial statements.

3-May-2010

English, , 1,011kb

IOPS Annual Report 2010

The 2010 annual report summarises IOPS major activities and achievements between January and December 2010 and provides 2009 financial statements.

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