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Pension funds continue to recover from pandemic-induced market shock

Pension funds continue to recover from pandemic-induced market shock

The Irish Independent's Charlie Weston writes on the impact of market changes on pensions, with input from IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty.

Irish IORP II transposition at ‘advanced stage’; completion expected in ‘coming months’ – DSP

Irish IORP II transposition at ‘advanced stage’; completion expected in ‘coming months’ – DSP

Natalie Tuck of European Pensions reports with comment from IAP CEO Jerry Moriarty

‘Inadequate preparation’ for IORP II at many Irish schemes – survey

‘Inadequate preparation’ for IORP II at many Irish schemes – survey

Gail Moss of ipe.com reports on implementation delays for IORP II in Ireland.

Pensions timebomb waiting to go off unless we take action now

Pensions timebomb waiting to go off unless we take action now

IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty has authored an opinion piece for The Irish Times.

 Public sector pensions make up quarter of pension money owed to households

Public sector pensions make up quarter of pension money owed to households

Charlie Weston, writing in the Irish Independent, asked IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty about pension schemes assets and liabilities.

IAPF view: Positive aspects in a year of upheaval

IAPF view: Positive aspects in a year of upheaval

Read the article by IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty in the February edition of IPE edition

Work-based pensions take €8bn hit from pandemic

Work-based pensions take €8bn hit from pandemic

The Irish Independent's Charlie Weston reports on losses as a result of Covid-19.

Irish workers are not saving enough for their pensions

Irish workers are not saving enough for their pensions

A recent survey found only one in four Irish workers accurately estimated how much savings they would need for a modest weekly pension of €200 a week. IAPF CEO Jerry Moriarty was interviewed by Jonathan Healy on Newstalk's Pat Kenny Show.

Irish Pensions Authority to consult stakeholders on 2022 fee increase

Irish Pensions Authority to consult stakeholders on 2022 fee increase

Ireland’s Pensions Authority has said it will consult with stakeholders on an increase in fees for occupational pension schemes in 2022

Irish trustees should undertake ‘frank’ self-assessment – Kennedy

Irish trustees should undertake ‘frank’ self-assessment – Kennedy

Irish pension trustees should undertake a “frank” self-assessment to prepare for the IORP II Directive, according to The Pensions Regulator, Brendan Kennedy

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