Asian Retirement Markets 2022
Weaving Stable Safety Nets
Grow Retirement Assets in Asia
- Evaluate the development of third-pillar retirement in various markets
- Assess the adoption of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) by pension institutional investors
- Understand how retirement investments will be managed in a post-pandemic era
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Evaluate the Asia-Pacific retirement sector in Australia and key North Asian and Southeast Asian markets. The report examines the current state of the retirement industry and regulatory developments in each market. It also explores the opportunities and challenges faced by asset managers in terms of product development and outsourcing opportunities, from both the retail and institutional perspectives.
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China Develops its Third Pillar
Shannen is one of the main analysts at Cerulli Associates covering SEA markets. She is a member of the Institutional practice and provides qualitative analysis support for all Asian reports. She also contributes to The Cerulli Edge series.
Prior to joining Cerulli Associates, Shannen worked for trade publications, covering the asset management industry in Asia for four years.
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Retirement income insecurity is a serious problem for many Asian countries. With dwindling working-age populations, many markets might need to roll out various third-pillar products and schemes to encourage voluntary retirement savings.
Of the private or retail retirement markets in Asia ex-Japan, China has been the most active recently. In April 2022, China launched its third-pillar private pension scheme, allowing participants to invest in multiple pension investment products, including deposits, bank wealth management products, mutual funds, and other financial products through individual accounts.
This is creating opportunities for diverse financial services providers, including fund managers. More importantly, the success of these efforts could set an example of how other markets can provide retirement security by opening up their private retirement markets to more schemes, products, and providers.
Cerulli’s latest report, Asian Retirement Markets 2022—Weaving Stable Safety Nets, assesses the retirement landscape in Australia, Japan, North Asian, and Southeast Asian markets. As the region faces a fast-aging population, Cerulli believes there are opportunities for asset managers to offer unique propositions to pension funds or the under-developed third pillar to help fill the retirement income gap and ensure asset sustainability for future payouts.
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