How Has COVID-19 Affected Retirement? OECD-ICI Release of OECD Pensions Outlook 2020
In the chaotic early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States quickly offered relief for retirement savers facing economic stress. It was not alone—in countries around the world, retirement regulators reconsidered and changed the rules governing access to retirement savings, contributions, and other key plan elements. What impact will these changes have on the long-term outlook for retirement savings and policy?
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) addresses these questions and provides recommendations to policymakers in OECD Pensions Outlook 2020, the latest edition of its biennial review of retirement issues around the world. In an event cosponsored by the OECD and the Investment Company Institute, Pablo Antolin, principal economist and head of the private pensions unit for the OECD, and Eric J. Pan, president and CEO of ICI, will discuss themes relevant to Europe, the Americas, Asia, and globally:
- Policies designed to meet the needs of “gig” and other nonstandard workers
- Tools to help assess retirement income adequacy
- Design of default investment strategies
- And other key trends as pensions policymakers confront the economic strains of the COVID-19 pandemic
This event was free to all registrants.
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