The Pension Agenda for 2017

Thanks to the large turnout, inspirational speakers, impeccable organisation by Kasteel De Hooge Vuursche in Baarn and, of course, true to tradition, the perfect sunny weather, Gielink Pensioenrecht and Triple A – Risk Finance can look back on a successful The Pension Agenda for 2017 seminar, jointly organised for their business partners on 10 May 2017.

Event Chairman and ‘pension publicist’, Michiel Huisman, succeeded in getting all attendees in the right frame of mind for this informative and interactive afternoon.

Jos Gielink then updated listeners on the most important developments on the pension agenda in 2017, explaining topics like raising the pensionable age to 68 years, the new graduated tax scale resolution and the senior schemes in more detail and taking a look at the future (Pension Reform 2020) in the process.

The information provided was supplemented perfectly by ‘The actuary’s point of view’, as Hen Veerman from Triple A so aptly named his presentation. Under the direction of the event chairman and in interaction with the attendees, Hen used figures, graphics and sample calculations to offer an in-depth look at such topics as the cost price regime for IDC, the pension tension: do pension schemes constitute a reward or a provision?, variable pension payments and Pension Reform 2020.

A networking social get-together was organised afterwards on the balcony of the castle, with its lovely views of the fountain.

The Pension Agenda for 2017

Thanks to the large turnout, inspirational speakers, impeccable organisation by Kasteel De Hooge Vuursche in Baarn and, of course, true to tradition, the perfect sunny weather, Gielink Pensioenrecht and Triple A – Risk Finance can look back on a successful The Pension Agenda for 2017 seminar, jointly organised for their business partners on 10 May 2017.

Event Chairman and ‘pension publicist’, Michiel Huisman, succeeded in getting all attendees in the right frame of mind for this informative and interactive afternoon.

Jos Gielink then updated listeners on the most important developments on the pension agenda in 2017, explaining topics like raising the pensionable age to 68 years, the new graduated tax scale resolution and the senior schemes in more detail and taking a look at the future (Pension Reform 2020) in the process.

The information provided was supplemented perfectly by ‘The actuary’s point of view’, as Hen Veerman from Triple A so aptly named his presentation. Under the direction of the event chairman and in interaction with the attendees, Hen used figures, graphics and sample calculations to offer an in-depth look at such topics as the cost price regime for IDC, the pension tension: do pension schemes constitute a reward or a provision?, variable pension payments and Pension Reform 2020.

A networking social get-together was organised afterwards on the balcony of the castle, with its lovely views of the fountain.

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