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New for 2017
Following the success of UKIMS (UK Institutional Market Study), we are also pleased to announce the imminent launch of EIMS (European Institutional Market Study).
Across Europe pension funds, their fund managers and governments are facing challenges associated with ageing societies combined with economic environments that make yields and returns harder to come by than historically has been typical. Policy makers and regulators are responding with measures to increase reliance on private and workplace savings in retirement.
Through a mixture of quantitative surveys and further in-depth qualitative interviews with key respondents, EIMS will focus on key European pension markets on a country by country basis launching with the Netherlands and Germany. We believe a market specific approach is required to take into account up-to-date and upcoming regional developments in pensions legislation and regulation (eg: the growth of insurance-based APF schemes in the Netherlands and ongoing German DC retirement liberalisation).
Adele Gray, Research Director
Email Adele for more information