Tontine pensions can help women meet the challenge of financing their longer and more expensive retirements.
Featured in a recent edition of Ireland's Business Post, Tontine Trust is making giant strides towards solving the pensions crisis with its ground-breaking lifelong income product.
Pensioner bonds gave retirees welcome shelter from low saving rates. So where do they turn now that they have been withdrawn? A safe, cheap and inflation-busting MyTontine pension!
Ripped off and left to fend for themselves, millions of Americans with no pension provision desperately need tontines.
TontineTrust raises funds to solve the top three issues plaguing retirement plans. The OECD and PEPP regulations open the door to risk-sharing tontine based retirement solutions.
Enhanced annuities catching on. But if your lifestyle sucks or you have medical problems, chances are you can’t have one. It’s another reason we need tontines.
Longer lives and the social care timebomb. Can tontines be the solution to the UK's looming state pension crisis?
Leading financial academic Professor Moshe Milevsky argues that adopting tontine-style risk sharing is the only way to truly retire with confidence.
The EU pensions industry has been crying out for better regulation. Get ready for the PEPP revolution.
No company can afford to stand still when customer preferences change. With the arrival of PEPPs, will domestic pension providers go the same way as Blockbuster?
Today's retirees face the dread of one day running out of money. TontineTrust's digital take on a centuries-old investment concept is riding to the rescue.
Morningstar recommends “old-fashioned tontines as a modern option to cut fees and manage retirement money”.
Are you worried that purchasing a tontine might mean you can’t leave a bequest? Don’t be. Securing a rising lifelong income could mean greater benefits for your children.
Free from capital buffers, forward-looking tontines have an investment advantage over traditional pensions.
Smartphone usage is catching up quickly among older people and technology use can only grow. But for pensions, it's all about trust.
US think-tank Brookings has published a new book calling for pensions to be more equitable, highlighting that risk-sharing schemes such as tontines have an important role to play.
First we had the OECD talking up tontines. Now the FT's revered Lex column has deemed tontines worthy of a typically understated but nevertheless ultimately ringing endorsement.
You would be forgiven if the first time you saw a tontine pension you thought it looked too good to be true compared to normal pensions.
Professor Moshe Milevsky, was interviewed by David Emanuel of D-Benefits Podcast. It's a great listen with an awesome takeaway at the end. Spoiler alert: we are mentioned!
the first pan-European low-cost pension providers. We are pioneering the first modern pure 'tontine' pension which adheres to the model now recommended by the OECD.
Following hard on the heels of the OECD recommending that tontine pensions are made mandatory, OECD member Canada is reshaping its pension system.
Australia is the fourth-largest holder of pension assets globally. Following a govt. ruling that superannuation firms must offer lifetime income pensions.
Douglas Appell has done a major expose on the nascent Tontine pensions industry. his interviews with TontineTrust as well as with institutional pension fund managers in Pakistan.
(Pakistani) employees need lifelong incomes to stay independent. Replacing public pensions with traditional defined contribution schemes like Voluntary Pension System.
By activating savings and investing in Belgian companies via tontines, we can give oxygen to the economy and citizens can increase their supplementary pension".
The first “Tontine” was launched by the Dutch City of Kampen in 1670 to raise development capital for the city.
When Swissair went bankrupt in 2001 the employee pension fund was run independently and the pension fund had so much cash.
As a retirement product, tontines are a rare sight in the 21st century but references to their existence remain in many a mid-20th century murder novel.
We have been following what experts are saying about tontines very closely. Turns out, they think PEPP and tontines are going to revolutionise the pension industry.
In a world where people are living longer as a result of innovations in healthcare and medicine, tontines provide a necessary solution to retirement insecurity.
Tontines, an ancient form of mutual longevity insurance, could be making a comeback as the number of supporters is growing.
Barrons: Tontines are getting attention around the world as retirement savings vehicles, including in Japan.
Tontines were on the agenda at the joint Webinar by OECD and the Arab Pensions Conference to discuss the future of pensions as set out in the OECD Pensions Outlook Report.
Tontine Trust has partnered with Dutch consultancy Westerbrink to help with the planned launch of the product and with expanding to markets beyond Ireland.
Fintech innovators (TontineTrust) have the multi-trillion-dollar global retirement income market in their sights. ... Tontines can never become underfunded!...
Catherine Donnelly, associate professor at Heriot-Watt University and a fellow at the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, is a proponent of the vehicles.
Every 2 years, the OECD Pensions Outlook analyses different pension policy issues in OECD countries & discusses policy guidelines to strengthen the retirement savings.
This article contains a description of the PEPP and its consumer protection elements, potential uses and its Level 2 measures. PEPP can help break down many existing barriers.
Ahead of our upcoming launch of CDC & PEPP Pensions, we are delighted to announce that we have signed up for the FCA endorsed STAR Initiative.
The new PEPP Regulation lays the foundation of a new pan-EU standard for personal pensions that work alongside national pension schemes.
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