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Pension fund investments in infrastructure and the global financial regulation

Document Number 16/19

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One common denominator observed in global financial regulation is the tendency to allow pension funds to invest more in infrastructure. Considering this, our study analyses what regulatory changes are currently taking place from a global perspective and what are the relevant factors that impacts on pension fund’s decisions to invest in infrastructure.

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U.S. | Houston, we have a debt problem

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Houston’s economic outlook is clouded by its increasing debt burden. Lifting the revenue cap has been proposed as a short-term fix. However, changes in structure or conditions of public pensions may be needed to achieve long-term sustainability.

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The Spanish labour market and the sustainability of the pension system

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- People are living longer, due to the increase in life expectancy beyond 65. Life expectancy beyond 65y increases by 16 months every 10 years (3.2h per day). - The baby boom generation will start to retire at the beginning of the next decade and will do so with expectations of a longer life than their European counterparts (approximately two years longer).

Geographies:Spain
Topics:Pension

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Impact on pension fund investments in infrastructure under the global financial regulation

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One common denominator observed in global financial regulation is the tendency to allow pension funds to invest more in infrastructure. Considering this, our study analyses what regulatory changes are currently taking place from a global perspective and what are the relevant factors that impacts on pension fund’s decisions to invest in infrastructure.

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Financing retirement with real estate assets: an analysis of Mexico

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The current issues with the pensions system. Reverse mortgages. International track record. The potential for the reverse mortgage in Mexico

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Mexico Economic Watch. Social Security Reform

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A universal pension scheme, an unemployment insurance plan have as well as several reforms on social security laws are proposed

Geographies:Mexico

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A model for the pension system in Mexico: diagnosis and recommendations

Document Number 14/08

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The main objective of this study is to develop a macroeconomic and actuarial projection model to simulate the expected coverage and replacement rates for the period 2012- 2050

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Pension

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A model for the pension system in Mexico: diagnosis and recommendations

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The main objective of this study is to develop a macroeconomic and actuarial projection model to simulate the expected coverage and replacement rates for the period 2012- 2050

Geographies:Mexico

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Financing retirement with real estate assets: an analysis of Mexico

Document Number 13/35

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In this work we assess the potential of reverse mortgages as an alternative income stream in retirement. Our work focuses on Mexico

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Financing retirement with real estate assets: an analysis of Mexico

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In this work we assess the potential of reverse mortgages as an alternative income stream in retirement. Our work focuses on Mexico

Geographies:Mexico

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Mexico Economic Watch. Reverse Mortgages in Mexico as a pension supplement

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By means of the Reverse Mortgage contract, people aged over 60 will be able to receive a life annuity, using their own home as collateral

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Geographies:Mexico

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Banking Union: integrating components and complementary measures

Document Number 13/28

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The crisis has led to increased financial fragmentation and revealed the link between sovereign and national banking risks, whose persistence over time would be incompatible with the euro.

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.Global Financial Regulatory Trends and Challenges for Insurance and Pensions

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This paper focuses on the main global regulatory trends affecting IP, , either directly from its own regulation or indirectly from changes in the banking sector regulation and strategies

Geographies:Global

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Global Financial Regulatory Trends and Challenges for Insurance and Pensions

Document Number 13/21

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After discussing the relevant characteristics of the different pieces of regulation, this study concludes that there is a great disparity among countries in the initial situation of the I&P sectors, both in terms of solvency levels and the diversification/riskiness of investment portfolios, which will cause different effects from a country base perspective

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Projections of dynamic generational tables and longevity risk in Chile

Document Number 13/15

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This study aims to construct a forecast for mortality rates, based on projection models of the ARMA (p, q) type and non-parametric contrast methodology. The study is based on the case of Chile

Geographies:Chile

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