Analysis

Are Mexico’s New Reforms a Good Deal for Pensioners?

A Financial Services Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the pros and cons of the recent proposal to reform Mexico’s pension system.

Gerónimo Gutiérrez, Tapen Sinha, Leslie Palma, Alma Caballero, Juan Pablo Moyano

Financial Advisor ˙

Protesters in Chile have long aired grievances over the country’s pension system. President Sebastián Piñera proposed reforms earlier this year, and now a group of senators wants to nationalize the system. // File Photo: CONSTRAMET.

Should Chile’s Pension System Be Nationalized?

Should Chile’s pension system be nationalized, and how would such a move affect current and future retirees?

Fernando Larraín, Olivia Mitchell, Sergio Urzua, Alfonso de Urresti, Kathleen Barclay, Peter Winn

Financial Advisor ˙

Larraín // Photo: Inter-American Dialogue.

Aging Populations Force Lawmakers to Rethink Pension Systems

Changing demographics as a result of aging populations and the consequent need to reform pension systems will be among Latin America’s biggest challenges in the coming decades, Fernando Larraín, the director of the AFP Association of Chile, a private organization that includes all pension managers in the country, said April…

Anastasia Chacón González

Latin America Advisor ˙

Beyond Contributory Pensions

Pension reforms in Latin America have shifted between an emphasis on coverage, adequacy, and sustainability.

Jennifer Mellett

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