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Creation and Development of Corporate Retirement Systems in the Russian Federation
[Создание И Развитие Корпоративных Пенсионных Систем В Российской Федерации]

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  • Maleva, Tatyana Mikhailovna (Малева, Татьяна Михайловна)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Gorlin, Yury Mikhailovich (Горлин, Юрий Михайлович)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Nazarov, Vladimir (Назаров, Владимир)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Grishina, Elena E. (Гришина, Елена Е.)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Kirillova, M. K. (Кириллова, М. К.)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

  • Fedorov, Valery V. (Федоров, Валерий В.)

    () (Russian presidental academy of national economy and public administration (RANEPA))

Abstract

This paper focused on the analysis of the following tasks: 1. An overview of legislation in terms of the functioning of the corporate pension system in the Russian Federation was performed; 2. The basic terms and definitions used in corporate pension schemes were overviewed; 3. Review of corporate pension schemes in countries such as USA, UK, Germany, France, Belgium, Ireland, New Zealand, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Mexico and Brazil were analyzed; 4. Review of key global trends in the development of corporate pension systems were highlighted and addressed; 5. Analysis of the corporate pension system in the Russian Federation in 1990-2000-s was performed, including the change of the basic characteristics; 6. Analysis of the corporate pension system in the Russian Federation; 7. Analysis os issues hindering the development of the corporate pension system in the Russian Federation; 8. Provide key proposals for the development of the corporate pension system in the Russian Federation, taking into account international experience and recommendations of international organizations such as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the International Organization for Standardization, International Association of Insurance Supervisors and others. 9. Main results of this work will be used in the formation of proposals for the establishment of mechanisms and incentives for the creation and development of the corporate pension system in the Russian Federation.

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  • Maleva, Tatyana Mikhailovna (Малева, Татьяна Михайловна) & Gorlin, Yury Mikhailovich (Горлин, Юрий Михайлович) & Nazarov, Vladimir (Назаров, Владимир) & Grishina, Elena E. (Гришина, Елена Е.) & Kirill, 2014. "Creation and Development of Corporate Retirement Systems in the Russian Federation [Создание И Развитие Корпоративных Пенсионных Систем В Российской Федерации]," Published Papers om26, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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