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Dutch pension system reform: timelines remain unchanged after public consultation

March 18, 2021
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In context

The Dutch legislature has consulted market participants about a draft bill on the future of the pension system. The consultation period has now ended and almost 500 market participants have expressed their views.

 

If passed, the new law would introduce several major changes over a four-year transition period as of early 2022. This significant reform of the Dutch pension system could have major implications for employers and pension providers during the preparation and implementation process. For our earlier article on the details of the “Dutch Pension Deal”, click here.

 

This article is only available in Dutch, click here to read it.

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