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Workgroup

Pensions

Why?

The new Pension Group of FIDE, from full intellectual freedom, intends to contribute its proposals for improvement to the recent Recommendations of the Toledo Pact Commission. For this, these proposals will be transferred to Civil Society so that they can be taken into account in the corresponding regulatory modification processes.

A sustainable reform of the pension system has become an irreplaceable objective of the Spanish Society given the proximity, in 2022, of the beginning of the retirement of the extensive generation of babyboomers, together with the expected and continuous increase in life expectancy , and also with the new ways of working and producing that will affect us all.

We can affirm, without a doubt, that the moment is right after the parliamentary approval of the Commission's report and we therefore propose to work with generosity and commitment.

Stage II (2022)

In this new stage of the Pension Group of FIDE We will put the emphasis on the different perspectives related to the field of pensions and their permanent and necessary adaptation to the social reality of our country, trying to focus on the most controversial aspects, among others: the coherence between labor legislation and of social security, the compatibility between sufficiency and sustainability in the pension reform, complementary social security, the contribution of the self-employed, etc...

We will also discuss active aging and the importance of walking voluntarily, in a flexible framework, to adapt the ordinary retirement age with life expectancy.

Our goal is to provide informed, direct and accessible knowledge so that it can serve as a reference for decision-making in matters of pensions.

Publications

Conclusions Working Group Pensions

The Pensions Working Group, led by Tomás Arrieta, Honorary Professor of the UCM and President of the AGE Foundation, has worked in recent months on the analysis of the recommendations of the Toledo Pact Commission, which were agreed upon and widely approved in our Parliament at the end of last year.

The working group Fide formula proposals on the following subjects:

First: Extension of working life / compatibility of work and pension

Monday: Complementary Social Security

Third: Revaluation and sustainability

Quarter: Separation of sources and restoration of financial equilibrium

Thursday: Regime integration and convergence

Friday: Quote of the self-employed

Seventh: Information / Transparency / Training

Eighth: Mutual Collaborators with Social Security

Ninth: Widowhood and orphan benefits

Tenth: Support for the Toledo Pact Commission

Have participated in this working group: 

  • Fernando Ariza Rodriguez, Deputy Director General of the Mutual Society of the Legal Profession
  • Tomas Arrieta Carrillo, President of the AGE Foundation. GT Director
  • Guillermo Barrios Baudor, Professor of Labor and Social Security Law, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid
  • Eva Blazquez Agudo, Professor of Labor and Social Security Law at the Carlos III University of Madrid (in special services), and Deputy Minister of Employment of the Community of Madrid
  • Carlos Campuzano, Director of the Dincat Federation
  • Juan Chozas Pedrero, Of counsel, Auren Abogados
  • Elisa Chulia, Professor at UNED and Researcher at FUNCAS
  • Ignacio Conde Ruiz, Professor of Fundamentals of Economic Analysis, Complutense University of Madrid. Deputy Director, FEDEA
  • Charles of the Tower, Of Counsel at Baker Mckenzie Labor Department and Labor Inspector on leave of absence
  • Maria Dolores Estrada Garcia, Patron of the AGE Foundation
  • Celia Ferrero, ATA Executive Vice President
  • Valeriano Gomez, Trustee, Assets of Great Experience Foundation, AGE
  • Jose Antonio Herce San Miguel, Founding partner of LoRIS
  • Pilar Iglesias Valcarce, President AIPREX
  • Jesus Lahera Forteza, Professor of Labor Law, Complutense University of Madrid and Consultant Of Counsel of Abdon Pedrajas
  • Fernando Moreno, Director of Arinsa
  • Maria Jose Ramo Herrando, Partner of Garrigues, attached to the Department of Labor Law
  • John Paul Risk, Partner of People Advisory Services at EY
  • Itziar Varona, Lawyer specialized in Labor Relations

 

All the people who have participated in this working group of Fide, have done so in a personal capacity and not on behalf of the entities, offices, Universities or companies, where they carry out their professional work, so these conclusions do not reflect and do not include institutional positions but rather particular ones of each one of the members of the group.

Eco in Press:

  • Collect pension and continue working: the new contract to save the system, La Información, 22/06/2021 Read News

  • FIDE presents the conclusions document of the Pensions Working Group, Lawyerpress, 22/06/2021 Read News

  • Collecting pensions while working: the solution to FIDE to improve the system, Catalunyapress

  • Collecting pensions mentres is a chore: the solution of FIDE to improve the system, Catalunyapress

  • Experts ask for a new contract to work and be able to collect the retirement pension, El Economista, 22/06/2021 Read News

  • Valerio trusts that “as soon as possible” there will be an agreement on pensions and expects Escrivá to appear this month or the next, Diario Siglo XXI, 22/06/2021 Read News

  • Valerio trusts that there will be an agreement on pensions "as soon as possible" and expects Escrivá to appear this month or the next, Servimedia News, 22/06/2021 Read News
  • FIDE presents the proposals of its Pensions working group, BBVA Mi Jubilación, jubilaciondefuturo.es, 25/06/2021 Read News

  • Ten proposals to improve the pension reform, Finanzas.com, 26/06/2021 Read News

  • FIDE asks that retired self-employed workers should not hire an employee to collect the pension and continue working, autonomosyemprendedor.es, 26/06/2021 Read News

  • I am a self-employed entrepreneur, will I be able to collect 100% of my pension with the new active retirement? Read News

Interview with Tomás Arrieta, 24h RTVE

Recommended posts:

Discover all the publications, session summaries and other documents related to the activity of this forum:

  • Conde-Ruiz, JI and CI González (2021). "The aging process in Spain". Studies on the Spanish Economy - 2021/07. Fedea. 

https://documentos.fedea.net/pubs/eee/eee2021-07.pdf

  • Conde-Ruiz, JI and CI González (2018). «European pension model: Bismark or Beveridge ?. Working Document - 2018/01. Fedea.

https://documentos.fedea.net/pubs/dt/2018/dt2018-01.pdf

  • Conde-Ruiz, JI, González, CI (2016). From Bismarck to Beveridge: the other pension reform in Spain. SERIES 7, 461–490 (2016)

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13209-016-0148-3

  • No to planned obsolescence

TOMÁS ARRIETA (12 AUG 2012 - 00:00 CEST)

https://elpais.com/economia/2012/08/10/actualidad/1344613180_247307.html

  • The new vital artimetic of employment

TOMÁS ARRIETA, IÑAKI ORTEGA CACHÓN (25 FEB 2021 - 07:09 CET)

https://cincodias.elpais.com/cincodias/2021/02/24/opinion/1614171514_842828.html

  • When the DNI lies

TOMÁS ARRIETA, EVA MARÍA BLÁZQUEZ, JOSÉ A. HERCE (12 MAY 2021 - 07:18 CEST)

https://cincodias.elpais.com/cincodias/2021/05/11/opinion/1620745372_406934.html

Group Director

Tomas Arrieta Carrillo

Honorary Professor at the UCM and President of the AGE Foundation. Member of the Academic Council of Fide.
Academic coordination: White Bethlehem and Victoria Dal Lago

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