ICPM Discussion Forum - Fall 2015 Helsinki

October 04-05, 2015


 

Topic: Pension Reform

We had a terrific discussion in Helsinki about the state of pension reform around the world. Pension systems differ widely from country to country, and we are still struggling to construct systems that meet the triple hurdles for pension adequacy, sustainability and integrity.

Getting the public engaged in slow and incremental pension reform is challenging and requires strong pension reform organizations and processes. The experience of the Finnish Centre for Pensions, our co-host for this forum and a major participant in national policy reforms, provides a good example of this need. We thank our co-hosts for their involvement and the important insights they shared about the Finnish experience.


 

 

Key Insights and Possible Action Items:

To download a PDF of the Key Insights from this Discussion Forum click here.

 

 

Presentation Material:

Jukka Rantala

Finnish Pension Reform: What Can We Learn?

Mikko Kautto

Finnish Pension Reform: What Can We Learn?

Helen Dean

Panel: Latest Developments on Pension Reform Across the Globe

Casper van Ewijk

Panel: Latest Developments on Pension Reform Across the Globe

Ole Beier Sorensen

Panel: Latest Developments on Pension Reform Across the Globe

Jukka Lassila

The Impact and Effectiveness of Automatic Adjustments to Longevity

Overall Reading

OVERALL PRE-READING: Setting Proper Defaults in DC Plans

Ernesto Brodersohn

Setting Proper Defaults in DC Plans

Yvonne Sin

Setting Proper Defaults in DC Plans

Scott Hartley

Setting Proper Defaults in DC Plans

Scott Hartley

Setting Proper Defaults in DC Plans

Alan Brown

Setting Proper Defaults in DC Plans

Mark Fawcett

Setting Proper Defaults for Retirement Income: the Decumulation Phase

Andries de Grip

Socio-Economic Differences, Active Ageing and the Pension System

Noora Järnefelt

Socio-Economic Differences, Active Ageing and the Pension System

Wandi Bruine de Bruin

Developing Communications About Complex Decisions

Cäzilia Loibl

Developing Communications About Complex Decisions