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Implementation of new regulatory rules in a multistage ALM model for Dutch pension funds


  • Streutker, Matthijs
  • van der Vlerk, Maarten
  • Klein Haneveld, Wim

    (Groningen University)


This paper discusses the implementation of new regulatory rules in a multistage recourse ALM model for Dutch pension funds. The new regulatory rules, which are called the ?Financieel Toetsingskader?, are effective as of January 2007 and have deep impact on the issues of valuation of liabilities, solvency, contribution rate, and indexation. Multistage recourse models have proved to be valuable for pension fund ALM. The ability to include the new regulatory rules would increase the practical value of these models.

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  • Streutker, Matthijs & van der Vlerk, Maarten & Klein Haneveld, Wim, 2007. "Implementation of new regulatory rules in a multistage ALM model for Dutch pension funds," Research Report 07005, University of Groningen, Research Institute SOM (Systems, Organisations and Management).
  • Handle: RePEc:gro:rugsom:07005

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    1. Sebastiano Vitali & Vittorio Moriggia & MiloŇ° Kopa, 2017. "Optimal pension fund composition for an Italian private pension plan sponsor," Computational Management Science, Springer, vol. 14(1), pages 135-160, January.

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