FIAP

Noticias

FIAP > Linkedin > Mundo: Índice Mundial de Pensiones de Melbourne Mercer del año 2019

Mundo: Índice Mundial de Pensiones de Melbourne Mercer del año 2019

25 octubre, 2019

A strong correlation exists between the levels of pension assets and net household debt, with growth in household debt in developed and growth economies paired with the growth in assets held by pension funds, according to the 2019 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index (MMGPI).

The MMGPI, supported by the Victorian Government of Australia, is a collaborative research project between the Monash Centre for Financial Studies (MCFS) – a research center based within Monash Business School at Monash University in Melbourne – and professional services firm, Mercer.

The report is the first international study of its kind to document the “wealth effect” – i.e., the tendency for spending to increase with rising wealth – in relation to pension assets. The MMGPI’s data suggests as pension assets increase, individuals feel wealthier and therefore are likely to borrow more.

Lee la noticia completa en Mercer

Para más información ingresa al Linkedin y Twitter de FIAP Internacional

Ver todas las noticias
Recibe los newsletter de Fiap Internacional ingresa aquí