Pensions Green Paper has industry reaching for fine-tooth comb

The European Commission takes pains to emphasise what its latest Green Paper on pensions does not do. The paper, for instance, does not make any specific proposals. Nor does it recommend increasing the age at which people can draw a pension. Nor does it try to force people to take out a private pension. The only thing the Commission wants the Green Paper to do, it says, is start a debate about “whether and how” the European pensions framework should be developed.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds