Registration Time: 09.00
Sessions Time: 09.15 - 12.30 including a 15-minute coffee break
Speaker: Mr David Spiteri Gingell
Venue: Lower Ground, Tower Training Centre, Swatar
MIA Members: €35.00
Non-MIA Members: €70.00
Retired Members: €15.00
Changes in demographics and longevity significantly affect the calculus of pension systems worldwide. Malta is no exception. In 2004 the World Bank informed the Government of Malta that unless reforms were embarked upon the pension income for future generations will neither be sustainable not adequate.
Objectives of the Session
The session will look at the pension reform process which initiated in 2004 and is still on going. The session will explore the issues of sustainability and adequacy and the extent to which these opposing poles, can be brought together if at all.
Topics on the Agenda
Pension reform tools
- 2004 reforms
- 2010 reforms
- 2015 reforms
- Developments since 2015
Outcomes and issues
Employer, Employees, Economists, Accountants, Interest individual
3 hours Professional
David Spiteri GingellAdvisor on Pension and Social Security Reform
Ministry for the Family and Social Solidarity
David Spiteri Gingell has held senior positions with government and the private sector. David has worked extensively overseas. In 2004 David was tasked by the then Prime Minister to lead the reform of Malta’s pension system. David continues to play a leading role in pension reform. David is also responsible for implementing Government’s strategy on retirement and financial capability. David is an independent management
Achieving Adequacy and Sustainability: The Pension Conundrum
Organized By: The Malta Institute of Accountants
Type of Event: Seminar
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Date & Time
Wed, 4 September 2019
09:15 - 12:30
Lower Ground, Tower Training Centre, Swatar,
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