A conference will take place on the 28th of September at ISEG which aims to stimulate debate about Pensions in Portugal and Europe.
The conference, which is entitled "What Pensions can we hope for?",is organised by the Institute of Public Policy (IPP), with the support of the Portuguese >Investment Funds Association, Assets and Pensions (APFIPP).
The session starts at 08.30, in the CGD Auditorium (Quelhas, 2 nd Floor).
Further information and enrolment on http://www.ipp-jcs.org/pt/conferencia-ipp-2018-que-pensoes-podemos-esperar-what-pensione-can-we-hope-for/
REGISTRATION 08.30 – 09.00
OPENING REMARKS 09.00 – 09.30
Clara Raposo* – Presidente do ISEG
Paulo Trigo Pereira – Institute of Public Policy
José Veiga Sarmento – Associação Portuguesa de Fundos de Investimento, Pensões e Patrimónios
PART ONE: A Window on European pensions
The pensions landscape and challenge in European and OECD countries – 09.30 -11.00
Marius Lüske – OECD -Pensions and Population Ageing, Social Policy Division
Joanne Segars – Former Chairwoman, Pensions Europe, British Pensions and Lifetime Saving Association
Heribert Karch – Managing Director, MetallRente. Chairman, German Association for Occupational Pensions
COFFEEBREAK 11.00 – 11h.5
PART TWO: What solutions for adequate pensions?
Debate – 11.15 -12.15
Graça Franco (moderator) – Rádio Renascença
Ana Fontoura Gouveia – Bank of Portugal
Mário Valadas – ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management
Valdemar Duarte – Associação Portuguesa de Fundos de Investimento, Pensões e Patrimónios
CLOSING REMARKS 12.15 – 12.30
José António Vieira da Silva – Ministro do Trabalho, da Solidariedade e da Segurança Social