Press Releases

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Press release on excess mortality during the pandemic years
Press Release on Gender imbalance in STEM careers
Press Release on Right to be Forgotten
Press release on Gender Pensions Gap
Climate Change Matters
Society awards Honorary Fellowship to Mary Robinson
Society expresses concerns about regulation of pension schemes
SAI awards Honorary Fellowship to Prof Pete Lunn
Higher risk of death among male Covid-19 cases
Society statement on State pension policy
New Pension Directive
Society issues press release on a major investigation into Irish death rates (Irish Insured Lives Mortality Investigation)
Society issues press release on Automatic Enrolment Retirement Savings System
Society issues press releases following President's Conference
Society issues press release on Ireland's Risk Equalisation system
Society appoints Yvonne Lynch as Chief Executive Officer
Society warns on new PRIIPs Projection Rules
Society responds to HIA consultation on Lifetime Community Rating
SAI Healthcare paper finds growth in ‘Average Private Health Insurance Premiums’ Expected to Continue to be in Excess of Economic Growth
SAI presents to the Oireachtas Committee on the rising costs of motor insurance
The Future of the State Pension
Society publishes press release on Solvency II
Society publishes research report on the Financial Sustainability of the State Pension in Ireland
Society welcomes formation of Pensions Council and Universal Retirement Savings Group
Society welcomes establishment of expert group on pensions
Philip Shier appointed Vice Chairperson of the AAE
Society of Actuaries publishes response to Dept of Health Consultation on Universal Health Insurance
Actuaries propose mandatory private pension regime from 2019
Government responds to call for action
Governor Patrick Honohan elected Honorary Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland
Dermot Corry, President of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland, calls for reform of pensions structures
Unprecedented call for Government action to save thousands of workers from pensions hardship
Society of Actuaries in Ireland expresses concern about delay to reform of pensions legislation
Report finds fiscal incentives for retirement savings in the Irish pension system are progressive and compare well internationally, but proposed changes could discourage long-term saving
‘Potentially Dangerous’ to Place Responsibility for Pensions onto Individuals
Initial Response from Society of Actuaries in Ireland to Pensions Board’s funding rules for defined benefit pension schemes
Society issues press release on Pension Fund Levy
Society issues press release on Census 2011
Society issues press release on Gender Directive ruling
Press Release: Actuaries broadly welcome ‘National Pensions Framework’
Letter to the Irish Times in response to the editorial on the "Elderly take over"
Pre-Budget Submission to the Minister for Finance
Society of Actuaries in Ireland welcomes the amendments to the Social Welfare and Pensions Bill
Recapitalisation: high level of independent oversight essential
Society of Actuaries in Ireland responds to the Green Paper on Pensions
People with larger pensions live longer
Report of the Working Party on Pensioner Mortality Experience under Self-Administered Pension Schemes
Community-Rated Health Insurance System Requires Risk Equalisation
Society of Actuaries in Ireland Welcomes Green Paper on Pensions
Cancer and heart attacks are the two most significant causes of critical illness
The Society welcomes recommendations on community rating and risk equalisation
Tax relief on pension contributions is much more valuable than the Government top-up on SSIAs
Rethink of defined benefit pension model required
Risks of unregulated property investments
Risk equalisation needed to support community rating
Consumer understanding of risk
Irish death rates remain higher than average for developed countries
Concerns expressed about the treatment of Irish workers who are members of UK pension schemes
Road Safety: success of penalty points not maintained
Supplementary Pensions
Funding Standard
Actuaries Welcome Independent Review of Pensions Work
Society of Actuaries in Ireland welcomes National Pensions Review Proposals
Actuaries advocate targeting lump sum for retirement planning
Impact of low interest rates on Risk Modelling
The National Pensions Review
Society must reconsider how it views ageing, retirement and pensions - Current retirement practices too rigid
Older Retirement Age Most Effective Way to Reduce Cost of State Pensions
Defined Contribution Plans & PRSAs
Personal Injuries Assessment Board - clash over whether it is the answer to motor insurance problems
PRSAs will mean pensions that will be easier to understand and simpler to use
Increased Primary Care Key to Better Healthcare
Actuaries Call for Greater Protection for Policyholders
SAI Mortality & Morbidity Study
Pensions Fund Inefficiency Costs Millions Each Year
Pension Charges to Fall
Society of Actuaries Welcomes New Pensions Initiative - PRSA
Increase in Stress Related Employee Claims
Pension Age Should Vary from 65
Falling euro Generates Exceptional Returns for Irish Pension Funds
'No Mad Tiger Disease for Irish Economy' - Pension Projections unlikely to be Achieved
Radical Reform of Health System Urged
Concerns reiterated about lack of minimum income threshold - Consumer Protection Measures Advocated
Mortality & Smoking