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Ireland: Reinventing a national pension scheme

Posted on 11 March 2014

It has been used to bail out the banking system and will soon change its name as part of a reorientation to support Ireland’s domestic economy with private equity and direct investments.
The NPRF, a so-called mini sovereign wealth fund managed by Ireland’s National Treasury Management Agency, was first set up by the Irish government in 2001 to deal with the prospect of an ageing population. Charlie McCreevy, Ireland’s minister for finance at the time, estimated that Ireland’s social welfare and public service pensions costs would rocket from 4.7% of gross domestic product to 12.4% by 2050………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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