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Regulatory Reform

Regulatory Reform

Comment on retirement reform

Although current legislation gives boards of retirement funds substantial fiduciary responsibility to protect the interests of their members, many fund boards appear to be falling short of the mark. The Minister of Finance therefore put in place draft regulations to remedy excessively complex, expensive or inappropriate default investment portfolios, lack of initiatives to facilitate preservation and portability of retirement savings between funds, and neglect on the part of many defined contribution (DC) funds to ensure that their members are able to convert accumulated fund credits into an income when they retire in a transparent and cost-effective way.