Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index : Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index


Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index


FOR THE 2017 REPORT AND COUNTRY-BY-COUNTRY ANALYSIS, FOLLOW THIS LINK**

**Please note that the MMGPI website is transitioning over to the Australian Centre for Financial Studies website and you will find a new look and feel by following this link

The Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index (MMGPI) compares retirement income systems around the world based on their adequacy, sustainability and integrity. The provision of financial security in retirement is critical for both individuals and societies as countries grapple with the social and economic effects of ageing populations.

The MMGPI encourages a focus on longer-term outcomes and policy leadership to address the difficulties we face as populations age. It therefore provides a valuable contribution to the global debate about how best to support older members of our societies. It is encouraging to see governments responding to their Index ranking as they develop their national schemes.

The Index objectively assesses the retirement income systems of 27 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific. The report also looks back at how the sustainability of pension systems has evolved over the seven years since the Index began and makes specific policy suggestions to improve pension systems in each country.

The project commenced in 2009 and is produced annually in collaboration between ACFS (Project manager), Mercer (Author) and the Victorian Government. The development and production of the Index is guided each year by an eminent Steering Committee (listed right), which ensures it represents an independent and unbiased view.

Each year, the Steering Committee reviews the feedback from the last edition and considers proposals from the Author for amendments. Incremental adjustments are made, although for the purposes of longer term evaluation, they are minimal. Sensitivity analysis is carried out by the Committee, as a means of ensuring that any such changes do not have a significant impact on comparative year-on-year data.

For more details contact Yianni Katiforis on +613 9666 1014 or yianni.katiforis@australiancentre.com.au

2017 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Report

Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2017 Infographic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Media Release

The Hon Wade Noonan MP announces Rankings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Report

2016 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Infographic

2016 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Results PPT – David Knox

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2016 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Results Audio – David Knox

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Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2016 Launch

2016 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Audio Presentation – David Murray AO and Maria Wilton Interview

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Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2016 Launch

Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2016 Launch

Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index Launch 2016

Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2016 Launch


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