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FIAP Statement: The withdrawal of pension funds to mitigate the effects of Covid-19

11 November, 2020

To compensate for increased life expectancy, the drop in interest rates and the return on investments, as well as the […]

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Mexican government announces reform of the pension system that will provide better pensions for workers

29 July, 2020

On July 22, the Mexican government announced that it will submit a bill of law to reform the Social Security […]

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Information Note Covid-19’s effect on the pension funds and their partial recovery

26 May, 2020

As we have always asserted, and as has been demonstrated in previous crises, decreases in the value of funds do […]

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FIAP joined the Finance Initiative of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP FI) as a “supporting institution”

20 June, 2019

Last June 12, FIAP joined the Finance Initiative of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP FI), as a “supporting institution”. […]

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FIAP Declaration – Agreement of the 23rd FIAP Assembly Held in Santiago, Chile

10 June, 2019

The Members’ Assembly of the International Federation of Pension Fund Administrators, FIAP, held in Santiago, Chile, on May 16, Expresses […]

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FIAP joined UN PRI as a new “network supporter,” for advancing the inclusion of responsible investment in investment processes

5 June, 2019

Last May 30, FIAP joined the Principles for Responsible Investment, promoted by the United Nations Organization (UN PRI), as a […]

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Poland Approves Law Creating New Occupational Pension Plans

21 December, 2018

On November 19, the Polish president approved a law that introduces new defined contribution occupational pension plans called Employee Capital […]

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Is Latin America Prepared for an Aging Population?

17 December, 2018

Latin America, while still comparatively young, is aging fast. Our research finds that population aging is challenging the fiscal sustainability […]

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United States: In 16 years, in 2034, Social Security will have to cut benefits by 21%

5 June, 2018

With no reforms, according to a report of the Social Security Administration, in that year Social Security will be able to pay only […]

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Adjustments to the PAYGO pension system unleash protests leaving some 30 people dead in Nicaragua

23 April, 2018

Adjustments to the PAYGO pension system unleash protests leaving some 30 people dead in Nicaragua • Joint employer/employee contribution increases […]

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Xavier Sala I Martin commented on the inefficiency of the PAYGO systems.

19 April, 2018

The renowned Catalonian economist commented on the inefficiency of the PAYGO systems. The PAYGO pension system works like a pyramid […]

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The Spanish PAYGO pension system is no longer viable: Rafael Puyol

18 April, 2018

Spanish demographics expert analyzes the future of pensions in Latin Americ The Spanish PAYGO pension system is no longer viable: […]

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Investment in infrastructure is key for reducing labor informality, says Ricardo Hausmann.

18 April, 2018

The Economist presented a study on the costs of transport and labor mobility Investment in infrastructure is key for reducing […]

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KLAUS SCHMIDT-HEBBEL warns of the hazards threatening economic growth and the performance of the pension systems

18 April, 2018

Schmidt renowned economist in #xFiapAsofondosCongress KLAUS SCHMIDT-HEBBEL warns of the hazards threatening economic growth and the performance of the pension […]

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11th FIAP-Asofondos Congress and 16th FIAP International Conference

13 April, 2018

11th FIAP-Asofondos Congress and 16th FIAP International Conference, in Cartagena The most important pension discussion in the country begins Representatives […]

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ICARE Forum “Better pensions for Chile”

28 March, 2018

The ICARE forum “Better pensions for Chile” was held yesterday, featuring a broad look at the pension issue in Chile […]

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Launching of the book “Pensions: From Discontent to Solutions”

13 March, 2018

The launching of the book “Pensions: From Discontent to Solutions,” edited by Salvador Valdes Prieto, was held last March 8. […]

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The impact of demographics and informality on pensions

10 March, 2018

One of the reasons for establishing PAYGO pension systems in the past (or Average Premium systems, as we call them […]

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FIAP’s Board of Directors visits the OECD

1 February, 2017

Fulfilling one of FIAP’s objectives, namely strengthening its contacts with international organizations to defend the principles and best operating practices […]

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Chile – Central Bank warns that if the additional 5% contribution goes to a PAYGO system, it would affect growth and employment and would not significantly improve future pensions

27 January, 2017

The Chairman of the Chilean Central Bank, Mario Marcel, explained the effects to the Ministry of Finance. Chile – Central […]

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