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Pensions in Ireland - A re-awakening? (European Pensions)

Pensions in Ireland - A re-awakening? (European Pensions)

After a delay of over two years, the IORP II Directive has finally been transposed into Irish law. Whilst all member states are governed by the regulations, it’s about to shake up the Irish pensions sector like never before. Natalie Tuck reports

DC asset allocations: A seismic shift or tentative beginnings? (European Pensions)

DC asset allocations: A seismic shift or tentative beginnings? (European Pensions)

As DC schemes become more popular, the allocation approaches funds are taking are indicative of the opportunities and challenges facing the market, by Tom Higgins as published in European Pensions

If you think the gender pay gap is bad, you want to see this gender pension gap

If you think the gender pay gap is bad, you want to see this gender pension gap

IAPF Chairperson Ann Prendergast was interviewed by Samantha McCaughren of the Irish Independent

Work 40 years to qualify for full State pension – report urges

Work 40 years to qualify for full State pension – report urges

Anne-Marie Walsh of the Irish Independent sought comment from IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty on the draft Commission on Pensions report.

Jerry Moriarty interviewed by Anton Savage on The Pat Kenny show

Jerry Moriarty interviewed by Anton Savage on The Pat Kenny show

Anton Savage, host on The Pat Kenny show, interviewed Jerry Moriarty, CEO of the IAPF.

Government ‘will be out €575m’ if it doesn’t alter pension age, says State budget watchdog

Government ‘will be out €575m’ if it doesn’t alter pension age, says State budget watchdog

IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty quoted in Irish Independent article by Jon Ihle and Charlie Weston.

Pensions gap widens as pandemic deepens the divide

Pensions gap widens as pandemic deepens the divide

"our future selves are strangers to each of us"... Read Jerry Moriarty's (IAPF CEO) comments on the delays to auto-enrolment in Ireland. Article by Brian Finn, Business Journalist with RTÉ.

Retirement funds claim proposed fee hike could cause employers to question pension costs

Retirement funds claim proposed fee hike could cause employers to question pension costs

Sean Pollock of the Irish Independent reports on changes to pension fees, with reference to the IAPF.

Ireland’s TPA to implement ‘reasonable’ approach to ACR

Ireland’s TPA to implement ‘reasonable’ approach to ACR

Laura Blows of European Pensions reports on the session by Grace Guy of the Pensions Authority from Day 3 of hte IAPF DC Conference.

Online comms ‘have greater take up, but lesser actual engagement’ – Irish Life

Online comms ‘have greater take up, but lesser actual engagement’ – Irish Life

More IAPF DC Conference coverage from Laura Blows of European Pensions

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