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).
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Presentations of workshop: