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Ageing and the Payout Phase of Pensions, Annuities and Financial Markets

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  • Pablo Antolín

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This paper reviews the impact of ageing on private pensions, in particular on the payout phase, assesses the part that annuities can play in financing retirement, and examines the role of financial markets in facilitating the allocation on assets accumulated in defined contribution pension plans. A comprehensive set of recommendations for discussion is provided at the end of the paper. Le vieillissement de la population et la phase de versement des pensions, rentes viagères et marchés financiers Ce document examine l’impact du vieillissement de la population sur les pensions privées, spécialement sur la phase de versement des pensions, évalue le rôle que les rentes viagères peuvent jouer pour financier la retraite, et examine le rôle de les marchés financiers pour faciliter l’allocation des actifs accumulés dans les plans de retraite à cotisations définies. Un ensemble de recommandations pour discussion est fourni à la fin du document.

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Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series OECD Working Papers on Insurance and Private Pensions with number 29.

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Date of creation: Dec 2008
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Handle: RePEc:oec:dafaab:29-en

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Keywords: longevity-indexed bonds; lump-sums; programmed withdrawal; retirement income; annuities; defined contribution plans ; deferred life annuities; insurance companies; annuity markets; longevity risk; annuity providers; long-term bonds; marchés des rentes viagères; plans de retraite à cotisations définies; compagnie d’assurances; versement unique; rentes viagères différées; risque de longévité; retrait programmé; revenu des retraites; bons à long terme; indice de longévité; rente viagère;

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  1. Roy, Amlan, 2012. "Innovative Approaches to Managing Longevity Risk in Asia: Lessons from the West," ADBI Working Papers 353, Asian Development Bank Institute.

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