Social Security

Actuarial Feasibility Studies

Every fund, that has to do with social security and auxiliary pension, must implement an actuarial feasibility study, at least once every 3 years. Funds of this kind usually have a lot of specific requirements, that has to do with acquired rights, complex actuarial schemes and difficulties of transformation for a pay-as-you-go to a funded or partially or notionally funded system. Prudential with more than 30 years of experience in the field, can provide you with all necessary studies, fulfilling all parties needs.

Design and restructuring of Defined Benefits and Health Group Schemes

Apart from the need of an Actuarial Feasibility Study, from time to time there is a need for designing new schemes or for restructuring present schemes. What alterations must be made to contributions and what to benefits schemes? How can these changes be for the best of all parts? What problems might occur from the new situation? Prudential has the answers.