IAPF in the News

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


Irish pensions headed for major reforms

Irish pensions headed for major reforms

Analysis by IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty on www.top1000funds.com

Irish Central bank makes plans to ensure post-Brexit pension payments

Irish Central bank makes plans to ensure post-Brexit pension payments

“Under European Union rules, you have a right to have your pension paid into any member state, but no one has a clue how this will work out when Britain leaves the EU.” says IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty

Irish retirees at risk of losing UK pension payments over Brexit

Irish retirees at risk of losing UK pension payments over Brexit

What will happen if part of your nest egg is in the UK?

Will living abroad for half the year affect my pension?

Will living abroad for half the year affect my pension?

Ask the Experts piece from The Irish Times: I plan to split my retirement between Ireland and Australia

'The State pension wasn't designed to support the lifestyles people have in mind'

'The State pension wasn't designed to support the lifestyles people have in mind'

Within the complex landscape of pension investment, auto-enrolment provides a compelling case for increasing and encouraging pension take-up, writes Jerry Moriarty in The Journal.

Pensions Update: Defined Benefit Pensions - Here to Stay or On the Way Out?

Pensions Update: Defined Benefit Pensions - Here to Stay or On the Way Out?

Mason Hayes & Curran discuss if Defined Benefit pensions are here to stay or on the way out

Watch out for costly changes to State pension from 2020 on

Watch out for costly changes to State pension from 2020 on

Potential cut to tax relief for pension contributions

Pension tax relief cut? Up to 600,000 - mainly middle earners - would be big losers

Pension tax relief cut? Up to 600,000 - mainly middle earners - would be big losers

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe sparks fears of cuts to 'generous' pension tax relief

‘Major turnaround’ for Irish pension scheme funding

‘Major turnaround’ for Irish pension scheme funding

Irish pension funds have taken a step closer to being fully funded, as statistics published this week by Ireland’s Pension Authority revealed almost 80% of defined benefit (DB) schemes met the regulator’s funding standards.

Most Irish companies replaced frozen or closed DB plans with DC plans, IAPF survey finds

Most Irish companies replaced frozen or closed DB plans with DC plans, IAPF survey finds

And half of those sponsors contribute generously to the DC plans

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