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CGIL, UIL, and CISL believe it is unacceptable to finance a private association to promote supplementary pensions
Giorgia Meloni’s right-wing government wants to lower retirement age and secure retirement income for young workers, but it faces an uphill battle against inflation
The government intends to reform its tax system to cut the burden on companies employing women with children and large families
Italian second-pillar occupational pension funds continue on their path to diversification. Owing to the higher yields on offer in traditional fixed income markets, allocations to private markets may slow down temporarily, but funds have made long-term strategic commitments. A variety of industry initiatives is facilitating investment in private equity, private debt and infrastructure. Meanwhile, some pension funds are consolidating their private markets portfolios.