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Within activity 1.2. “Development of a blueprint of the funded component in the multi-level state pension system” sub-activity 1.2.1. “Feasibility Study (economic calculations) and conducting a two-day workshop with relevant staff of SSPF” and activity 3.1 “Development of a blueprint to facilitate and regulate the development of private, voluntary, pension arrangements” sub-activity 3.1.1.”Two-day workshop on key issues to be addressed for the development of private, voluntary, pension arrangements” in December 10 to 11, 2014 there was organized a workshop “Possible solutions for development of multi-level pension system in the Republic of Azerbaijan (beginning of development of blueprint)”.
Agenda of the workshop was divided into four separate sessions – the first session was a general session which included brief overview of content of blueprint, overview on constitutional law on normative legal acts in Azerbaijan, main conclusions from Study report on demographical, economic, financial and capital market situation and social insurance system of Azerbaijan, and brief overview of experts proposals for blue print, but the rest of sessions was dedicated to possible solutions for development of funded component in the multi-level pension system and  suggestions of possible solutions (vision) on non-state pension funds.
In presentation, there participated 23 participants from the staff of State Social Protection Fund (SSPF).
 
“This publication has been produced with the assistance of the European Union.  The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the Twinning project partners (Ministry of Welfare of the Republic of Latvia and German Association for Social Security Policy and Research) and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.”
 
Presentations of workshop:
  1. Possible solutions for development of multi-level pension system in the Republic of Azerbaijan (beginning of development of blueprint)pdf.gif - 641 B
  2. Law-making activities in Republic of Azerbaijanpdf.gif - 641 B
  3. Main conclusions from Study report on demographical, economic, finanial and capital market situation and social insurance sustem in Azerbaijanpdf.gif - 641 B
  4. Structure and governance of non-state pension systempdf.gif - 641 B
  5. Multi-level pension systemspdf.gif - 641 B
  6. Labour law and Consumer  protection principles usage in non-state pension systempdf.gif - 641 B
  7. Regulation and supervision - non-state pension systempdf.gif - 641 B
  8. The pay-out phase of fully funded pensions options, problems and actual international practice with relevance for Azerbaijanpdf.gif - 641 B
  9. Funded component of insurance – pension systempdf.gif - 641 B
  10. Core elements to keep in mindpdf.gif - 641 B
 
 
Activity 4.1 “In-depth presentation of the state pension system of the EU MS to relevant SSPF staff and other stakeholders” was implemented from July 21 to 23, 2014, when there was organized a two-day presentation on pension systems of member states – Latvia, Germany and Sweden and insurance-pension system of Azerbaijan.
 
In this presentation, MS experts introduced all aspects governing the state pension system in EU MS, the principles of operation, management and financing pension system, involved institutions, their duties and responsibilities.
Presentation of insurance-pension system of the Republic of Azerbaijan covered information on current pension system, achieved results during the pension reform process, future developments as well as all aspects of mandatory state insurance system.
 
In presentation, there participated 26 participants from the staff of State Social Protection Fund (SSPF).
 
 “This  publication  has  been produced with the assistance of the European Union.  The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the Twinning  project  partners  (Ministry of Welfare of the Republic of Latvia and  German Association for Social Security Policy and Research) and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.”
 
Study report “On demographical, economic, financial and capital market situation and social insurance system of Azerbaijan”pdf.gif - 641 B
  1. Latvian and Sweden pension system reform. Pension system’s pillar - Notional defined contribution pension scheme (NDC PAYG)pdf.gif - 641 B
  2. Pension system pillar – Funded pension scheme (FDC)pdf.gif - 641 B
  3. Pillar III – Private Pension Funds in Latviapdf.gif - 641 B
  4. Governance of the German Pension System Part I (a) Overview: System Elements and Coordinationpdf.gif - 641 B
  5. Governance of the German Pension System Part I (b) First Pillarpdf.gif - 641 B
  6. Governance of the German Pension System Part II Second Pillar: Occupational Pensionspdf.gif - 641 B
  7. Governance of the German Pension System Part III Third Pillar: Private Pensions and Wealth Some Prospects on Third Pillar Pensions in Swedenpdf.gif - 641 B
  8. Insurance-pension system of republic of Azerbaijan: New development stagepdf.gif - 641 B
  9. Labour Pensions in Republic of Azerbaijanpdf.gif - 641 B
  10. Mandatory state social insurance in Azerbaijanpdf.gif - 641 B