IAPF in the News

IAPF regularly appear in newspaper articles, radio and TV interviews, etc., all of which you will find below.


Irish trustees should undertake ‘frank’ self-assessment – Kennedy

Irish trustees should undertake ‘frank’ self-assessment – Kennedy

Irish pension trustees should undertake a “frank” self-assessment to prepare for the IORP II Directive, according to The Pensions Regulator, Brendan Kennedy

The Pensions Authority guidance on IORP II will not be available until after transposition – Kennedy

The Pensions Authority guidance on IORP II will not be available until after transposition – Kennedy

Hear about Day 1 of the IAPF Governance Week Online, as reported by Natalie Tuck at European Pensions

Irish IORP II transposition faces further delay

Irish IORP II transposition faces further delay

The transposition of the IORP II Directive in Ireland is facing further delays as Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic take “priority”.

Why we need to tackle the expensive truth about pensions

Why we need to tackle the expensive truth about pensions

A new Commission on Pensions will be established to make recommendations on the age that people will qualify for the State pension.

Irish pension schemes ‘waiting to see detail’ on IORP II

Irish pension schemes ‘waiting to see detail’ on IORP II

European Pensions’ Natalie Tuck reports on Day 3 of the IAPF DC Week

Irish regulation needs to catch up with technology on member comms

Irish regulation needs to catch up with technology on member comms

More from European Pensions and Natalie Tuck on the IAPF DC Week online.

Irish default fund members were less likely to switch in Covid crisis

Irish default fund members were less likely to switch in Covid crisis

European Pensions’ Natalie Tuck reports on the IAPF DC Week

Longer, healthier lives are good news but how are we to fund them?

Longer, healthier lives are good news but how are we to fund them?

It's hard to look past the global pandemic, but, like many underlying economic issues that need attention, the pensions timebomb isn't going away any time soon.

Blow for pension savers as bank imposes charge for holding cash

Blow for pension savers as bank imposes charge for holding cash

Jerry Moriarty, CEO of the IAPF was invited by Charlie Weston of the Irish Independent to comment on new bank charges for pension funds.

BOI imposes negative interest rate on pension cash

BOI imposes negative interest rate on pension cash

Natalie Tuck of European Pensions writes on the Bank of Ireland's new charge of a negative interest rate on accounts held by pension schemes, with input from IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty.

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