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Pensions management within socio-economic systems



This training program provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of pension management in the context of socio-economic systems. This program emphasizes the principles, policies, and practices essential for effective pensions management, addressing socio-economic challenges and regulatory environments. it empowers them to make informed decisions and optimize pension fund performance.

Program Objectives

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamentals of pensions management and its importance in socio-economic systems.

  • Analyze different pension schemes and their impact on individuals and society.

  • Develop skills to manage pension funds effectively, ensuring sustainability and compliance.

  • Assess socio-economic factors influencing pensions and retirement planning.

  • Enhance leadership and decision-making skills in pensions management.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Introduction to Pensions Management:

  • Overview of Pensions and Retirement Planning.

  • Importance of Pensions in Socio-Economic Systems.

  • Types of Pension Schemes: Defined Benefit, Defined Contribution, and Hybrid Plans.

  • Regulatory Framework Governing Pensions.

  • Key Stakeholders in Pensions Management.

Unit 2:

Pension Fund Management:

  • Principles of Pension Fund Investment.

  • Asset Allocation Strategies for Pension Funds.

  • Risk Management in Pension Fund Investments.

  • Performance Measurement and Reporting.

  • Sustainable Investing and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) Criteria.

Unit 3:

Socio-Economic Factors and Pensions:

  • Demographic Trends and Their Impact on Pension Systems.

  • Economic Policies and Their Influence on Pensions.

  • Social Security and Public Pension Systems.

  • Retirement Age Policies and Workforce Participation.

  • Addressing Inequality and Gender Issues in Pensions.

Unit 4:

Pension Scheme Design and Administration:

  • Designing Pension Plans to Meet Diverse Needs.

  • Benefits Administration and Payout Options.

  • Communication Strategies for Pension Plan Members.

  • Legal and Regulatory Compliance in Pension Administration.

  • Innovations in Pension Scheme Design and Technology.

Unit 5:

Leadership and Decision-Making in Pensions Management:

  • Strategic Planning for Pension Funds.

  • Leadership Skills for Pension Fund Managers.

  • Ethical Considerations in Pensions Management.

  • Crisis Management and Contingency Planning.

  • Future Trends in Pensions Management.

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