Private pension systems in Central and Eastern Europe

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By Adrian Allott, Cristina Atomi , Paul Ernest , Beata Golembiecka , Anna Mazerant , Olexander Ofutin, Marcin Krzykowski | 01 January 2010

Private pensions have grown strongly in most countries in Central and Eastern Europe in recent years. Although these pension systems face challenges from the current economic downturn, they continue to represent a significant growth opportunity for financial services providers. By focusing on Poland, Romania, Russia, Hungary, and Slovakia as representative markets, this report aims to give readers a better understanding of the variety and current state of funded pension systems in the region.