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Progress of the Pension Systems No. 5 – 2020 / August-September 2020

10 November, 2020

In this edition of the Progress of the Pension Systems, we highlight the following: Crisis in PAYGO systems worldwide. In […]

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FIAP Study “Analysis of the Executive’s bill of law that proposes a maximum limit on the commissions charged by the Pension Savings Fund Managers in Mexico” – October 2020

10 November, 2020

● On September 25, 2020, the Federal Executive submitted a draft bill of law reforming, adding and repealing several provisions […]

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Pension Notes No. 49 – Automatic Enrollment for complementing pensions: the successful case of the United Kingdom – October 2020

10 November, 2020

● The automatic enrollment mechanism for encouraging retirement savings in individually funded private pension schemes is one of the policies […]

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Progress of the Pension Systems No. 3 – 2020 / April-May 2020

7 July, 2020

Crisis in PAYGO systems worldwide. In Argentina, the government again funded itself with the ANSES Guarantee Fund, this time for […]

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Pension Note No. 44 – Employabality of senior citizens: The case of FIAP countries in Latinamerica / April 2020

7 July, 2020

The aging trend is clearly evident in FIAP countries. According to CELADE data, the percentage of people aged 65 or […]

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Pension Notes No. 45 – The challenges of Reverse Mortgage as a mechanism for supplementing pensions / May 2020

7 July, 2020

Reverse Mortgage (RM) is an instrument that enables converting an illiquid asset (such as one’s own home) into a significant […]

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Pension Note No. 46 – Investment Portfolios of the Latin American Pension Funds / June 2020

7 July, 2020

Colombia, Chile and Peru, the first 3 countries to implement individually funded systems, have more diversified investments in Fixed Income […]

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Parametric Reforms in the Public PAYGO Pension Programs, 1995 / December 2019

17 April, 2020

This document compiles the main parametric reforms approved in pension systems worldwide, between 1995 and December 2019. The financial difficulties […]

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Progress of the Pension Systems No. 2 – 2020 February – March 2020

17 April, 2020

Crisis in PAYGO systems worldwide. In Argentina, the Government once again financed itself with ANSES funds comprising treasury bills for […]

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Progress of the Pension Systems December 2019 – January 2020

17 April, 2020

Crisis in PAYGO systems worldwide. According to a CCSS study, the insolvency issues of the PAYGO pension system (IVM) will […]

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Pensions Note No. 42 – Pension Reform Strategies for improving Pensions

17 April, 2020

In the 4th National AFORES Convention, held in Mexico City on October 9 and 10, prominent speakers shed light on […]

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Pension Notes No. 43 – Mechanisms for providing pension protection to self-employed workers / March 2020

17 April, 2020

Self-employed workers make up approximately 40% of the total workforce, and more than 50% in some countries (Colombia, Peru, Honduras […]

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Parametric Reforms in Public PAYGO Pension Programs, 1995 – June 2019 / October 2019

7 February, 2020

This document compiles the main parametric reforms approved in pension systems worldwide between 1995 and June 2019. The financial difficulties […]

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Progress of the Pension Systems No.6 2019 / October – November 2019

7 February, 2020

Crisis in PAYGO systems worldwide. In Argentina, Banco Nación and ANSES will provide USD 546 million for the government to […]

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Pensions Note No. 39 – Young People in the labor market and pension perspectives: The cases of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru / November 2019

7 February, 2020

Young people in the countries under study have higher unemployment and more unstable employment than other age groups. The latter […]

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Pension Notes No. 40 – Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2019: Lessons for Latin America / December 2019

7 February, 2020

The Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index, which assesses pension systems in 37 countries, shows that Latin America has significant challenges […]

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Pension Notes No. 41 – Pension system reforms and their effects on PAYGO program deficits and the financing of the public budget / January 2020

7 February, 2020

Had Chile failed to implement the 1981 pension reform, which replaced the PAYGO systems with an individually-funded system, there would […]

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Pensions Progress Report No. 4 – 2019 / June-July 2019

16 October, 2019

Crisis in the PAYGO systems worldwide. In Argentina, the government began using money from the Sustainability Guarantee Fund (SGF) to […]

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Pensions Progress Report No. 5 – 2019 / August-September 2019

16 October, 2019

Crisis in PAYGO systems worldwide. In Argentina, the social security deficit is US$ 14,000 million per year, according to the […]

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Pensions Note No. 37 – New trends for encouraging Voluntary Pension Savings (VPS) – September 2019

16 October, 2019

Is it really necessary to encourage voluntary pension savings? Due to demographic changes (greater life expectancy and reduction in the […]

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