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Japan more committed to its pension promise
Japan more committed to its pension promise
Oxford University
26 Nov 2007 United States, Japan Scheme Issues & Trends, Scheme Design (inc. DB & DC), Pension Reform, Funding and Minimum Funding Requirement, Accounting
According to a new survey by the Oxford University, corporate commitment to defined benefit pension provisions is far stronger in Japan than in the USA, but the outlook for survival of the retirement plans is bleak in both countries.

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Average pension fund trustees lack knowledge, says report
Average pension fund trustees lack knowledge, says report
Oxford University
1 Feb 2006 United Kingdom Trustees
According to new research from Oxford University, the average pension fund trustee in the United Kingdom lacks the education and qualifications to be able to provide good advice and make strong decisions. The paper, "Consistency of decision-making: the effect of education, professional qualifications, and task-specific training on the probability judgements of pension fund trustee decision-making", looks at the responses of a group of trustees drawn from select UK defined benefit pension plans and concluded that trustee education and professional qualifications can make a massive difference to consistent decision-making.

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