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Pension Markets in Focus

 

 

OECD pension assets amounted to close to USD 60 trillion, or 105% of overall OECD GDP at end-2021

06/02/2023 - This annual statistical report provides an overview on retirement savings and outlines the latest developments in the pension sector worldwide. It includes an extensive range of financial indicators on funded and private pension plans, as well as on the proportion of the population covered by such plans, the amount of pension contributions members pay and benefits they receive at retirement. The report also includes a special feature focusing on the potential impact of the war following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on the portfolios of pension providers.

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About Pension Markets in Focus

Recent years have witnessed intense pension reform efforts in countries around the globe, often involving an increased use of funded pension programmes managed by the private sector. These funded arrangements are likely to play an increasingly important role in delivering retirement income in many countries and privately managed pension assets will play an increasing role in financial markets, notably as a source of long-term savings.

 

Pension Markets in Focus provides detailed and comparable statistics on retirement savings around the world. This annual statistical report contributes to the effort of making data on retirement savings available, as the OECD Core Principles of Private Pension Regulation advocates for, to enable regulators and stakeholders to evaluate the design and operation of pension systems relative to their goals. These statistics can support policy discussions through international comparisons and peer learning, and are the basis of policy recommendations in the OECD series of Pension Reviews. These statistics can also be helpful to private sector representatives, journalists, academics and anyone interested in funded pension systems.

 

Previous issues

2022 preliminary report | statistical tables (xls)

2021 | statistical tables (xls) | statistical annex (xls) | coverage of the data

2021 preliminary report | statistical tables

2020 | statistical tables (xls) | statistical annex (xls) | coverage of the data

2020 preliminary report | statistical tables (xls) | coverage of the data

2019 | statistical tables (xls)

2019 preliminary report | statistical tables (xls)

2018 | statistical tables (xls)

2018 preliminary report | statistical tables (xls)

2017 | statistical tables (xls)

2017 preliminary report (May 2017) - statistical tables (xls)

2016 (pdf) - statistical tables (xls)

2016 preliminary report (June 2016) - statistical tables (xls)

2015 | statistical tables (xls)

2015 preliminary report (May 2015) - statistical tables (xls)

2014 - statistical tables (xls)

2013statistical tables (xls) - news release - Resumé en français (pdf)

2012 - Statistical tables (xls) - Statistical annex (xls) - news release

2011 - Statistical tables (xls)

2010 - Statistical tables - en français 

2009 - Statistical tables 

2008 - en français 

2007 - Statistical tables

2006

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DOCUMENTS AND LINKS

OECD Pensions Outlook

 

Global pension statistics

 

Fragmentation of retirement markets due to differences in life expectancy, 2016

 

OECD, IOPS and World Bank join forces to improve private pension  statistics, 2016

 

Can pension funds and life insurance companies keep their promises?, 2015

 

OECD Business and Finance Outlook

 

Ageing and pensions: The challenges facing pension systems, 2015

 

A prayer for your pension, 2014

 

Mortality Assumptions and Longevity Risk, 2014

 

 

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