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The Resource Finance and occupational pensions : theories and international evidence, (electronic resource)

Finance and occupational pensions : theories and international evidence, (electronic resource)

Label
Finance and occupational pensions : theories and international evidence
Title
Finance and occupational pensions
Title remainder
theories and international evidence
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
YDX
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Sutcliffe, Charles
Dewey number
331.25/2
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD7105.3
LC item number
.S87 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Old age pensions
Label
Finance and occupational pensions : theories and international evidence, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • About the Author; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Introduction to Pension Schemes; 1.1 The Three Pillars; 1.2 Replacement and Coverage Rates; 1.3 Funded Versus Unfunded Schemes; 1.4 Macroeconomic and Inter-generational Considerations; 1.5 Pension Scheme Membership; 1.6 Main Types of Occupational Scheme; 1.7 The Tax Benefits of Pensions; 1.8 Life Expectancy; 1.9 Auto-Enrolment; References; 2: Selected Pension Scheme Topics; 2.1 Why Do Employers Provide Pension Schemes?; 2.2 The Death of DB Schemes; 2.3 The Shift from DB to DC Schemes; 2.4 Problems with DC Schemes
  • 2.5 Pensions Buy-outs and Buy-ins2.6 Closed or Frozen Schemes; 2.7 Dealing with Rising Longevity; 2.8 Pension Scheme Insurance; 2.9 The Design of Pension Schemes; Advantages to the Sponsor of Switching to a CARE Scheme; Advantages to Members of Switching to a CARE Scheme; Disadvantages to the Sponsor of Switching to a CARE Scheme; Disadvantages to Members of Switching to a CARE Scheme; 2.10 Age and Uniform Contribution and Accrual Rates; 2.11 Compulsory Occupational Pension Scheme Membership; 2.12 Redistribution by Pension Schemes; 2.13 Economies of Scale; Chinese Pensions
  • 5.1 A Simple Annuity5.2 Voluntary and Compulsory Annuities; 5.3 The Importance of Annuities; 5.4 A Simple Annuity Pricing Model; 5.5 Other Influences on Annuity Prices; 5.6 Mortality Discount, Mortality Credit or Mortality Drag; 5.7 Tontines; 5.8 Reasons for Buying an Annuity; 5.9 The Annuity Puzzle; 5.10 Some Partial Explanations for the Annuity Puzzle; 5.11 Evaluating Annuity Prices; 5.12 Some Other Types of Annuity; 5.13 Annuity Timing Decision; 5.14 The Annuity Decision and the OMO; 5.15 Historical Perspective on Mortality Tables; 5.16 Long-Term Care and Adverse Selection
  • 5.17 Did Joint Life Annuities Indirectly Cause the Credit Crisis?5.18 Guaranteed Annuity Rates (GAR); 5.19 Deferred Annuities; 5.20 A Long-Term Solution? Single Premium Deferred Annuities (SPDA); References; Appendix; Appendix 1: Examples of Asset Backed Funding in the UK Over £50 million; Appendix 2: Some Large Buy-outs, Buy-ins and Longevity Swaps; Appendix 3: Example of the Valuation of a Simple Annuity; Appendix 4: Gompertz 9 % Rule - Example for Ages 35-95; References; Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781349948628
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • SPR964586534
  • ocn964586534
Label
Finance and occupational pensions : theories and international evidence, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • About the Author; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Introduction to Pension Schemes; 1.1 The Three Pillars; 1.2 Replacement and Coverage Rates; 1.3 Funded Versus Unfunded Schemes; 1.4 Macroeconomic and Inter-generational Considerations; 1.5 Pension Scheme Membership; 1.6 Main Types of Occupational Scheme; 1.7 The Tax Benefits of Pensions; 1.8 Life Expectancy; 1.9 Auto-Enrolment; References; 2: Selected Pension Scheme Topics; 2.1 Why Do Employers Provide Pension Schemes?; 2.2 The Death of DB Schemes; 2.3 The Shift from DB to DC Schemes; 2.4 Problems with DC Schemes
  • 2.5 Pensions Buy-outs and Buy-ins2.6 Closed or Frozen Schemes; 2.7 Dealing with Rising Longevity; 2.8 Pension Scheme Insurance; 2.9 The Design of Pension Schemes; Advantages to the Sponsor of Switching to a CARE Scheme; Advantages to Members of Switching to a CARE Scheme; Disadvantages to the Sponsor of Switching to a CARE Scheme; Disadvantages to Members of Switching to a CARE Scheme; 2.10 Age and Uniform Contribution and Accrual Rates; 2.11 Compulsory Occupational Pension Scheme Membership; 2.12 Redistribution by Pension Schemes; 2.13 Economies of Scale; Chinese Pensions
  • 5.1 A Simple Annuity5.2 Voluntary and Compulsory Annuities; 5.3 The Importance of Annuities; 5.4 A Simple Annuity Pricing Model; 5.5 Other Influences on Annuity Prices; 5.6 Mortality Discount, Mortality Credit or Mortality Drag; 5.7 Tontines; 5.8 Reasons for Buying an Annuity; 5.9 The Annuity Puzzle; 5.10 Some Partial Explanations for the Annuity Puzzle; 5.11 Evaluating Annuity Prices; 5.12 Some Other Types of Annuity; 5.13 Annuity Timing Decision; 5.14 The Annuity Decision and the OMO; 5.15 Historical Perspective on Mortality Tables; 5.16 Long-Term Care and Adverse Selection
  • 5.17 Did Joint Life Annuities Indirectly Cause the Credit Crisis?5.18 Guaranteed Annuity Rates (GAR); 5.19 Deferred Annuities; 5.20 A Long-Term Solution? Single Premium Deferred Annuities (SPDA); References; Appendix; Appendix 1: Examples of Asset Backed Funding in the UK Over £50 million; Appendix 2: Some Large Buy-outs, Buy-ins and Longevity Swaps; Appendix 3: Example of the Valuation of a Simple Annuity; Appendix 4: Gompertz 9 % Rule - Example for Ages 35-95; References; Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781349948628
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • SPR964586534
  • ocn964586534

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