Research documents on Pensions Supervision
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The 2006 annual report summarises IOPS major activities and achievements between January and December 2006 and provides 2004 and 2005 financial statements.
The Principles of Private Pension Supervision were approved by the IOPS governing members at the Annual General Meeting held on 15 December 2006. The Principles cover the areas of objectives, independence, adequacy of resources and powers, risk-orientation, proportionality and consistency, consultation and cooperation, confidentiality, transparency and governance.
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The IOPS Principles for Pension Supervision cover occupational and personal pension plans and pension funds. This includes objectives, independence, adequacy of resources and powers, risk-orientation, proportionality and consistency, consultation and cooperation, confidentiality, transparency and governance.
Research Documents on Supervisory Structures
This conference which took place in New Delhi, India on 21-22 September 2006, addressed a wide range of issues related to the development of education programmes for specific financial topics – including financial markets, private pensions and insurance - as well as covering policy issues related to public awareness campaigns and the disclosure of information.
This Seminar, held on 18-19 May 2006 in Santiago, Chile, focused on analysing investment policies and strategies during the accumulation and retirement stages in obligatory individually funded and savings schemes.
Organised in Oaxaca, Mexico, on 3-4 May 2006, this conference focused on encouraging and facilitating the flow of information among different parties involved in pension systems in Latin America, presenting the opinions of international experts on different subjects related to individual accounts pension systems and exploring policy options and practical solutions to challenges faced by regulatory and supervisory authorities.
The International Social Security Association (ISSA), the International Organisation of Pension Supervisors (IOPS) and the OECD have signed a partnership agreement to work together in the area of complementary and private pensions. The primary focus of the partnership will be to develop and update the ISSA/IOPS/OECD Complementary and Private Pensions database, which at present provides profiles of regulation and practice in