OECD Pension Outlook 2020 – webinar

Join us from 3.00pm-4.30pm on Friday 11th December for the launch of the OECD’s Pension Outlook 2020.

Hear from our experts and guest speakers as we discuss the OECD’s Pension Outlook 2020.



Kim Gubler, Chair, PASA





Katie Banks, Hogan Lovells LLP. 




Launch of OECD Pension Outlook 2020

Pablo Antolin, Principal Economist, Head of the Private Pensions Unit and Deputy Head of the OECD Insurance, Private Pension and Financial Markets Division. 

Pablo is the Pension Outlook 2020 report editor and will provide an overview of the paper.



Diana Hourani, Analyst specialising in retirement income policy at the OECD

Chapter Two of the report – A framework for assessing the adequacy of retirement income.

Dianna will discuss this chapter which introduces a framework for assessing the adequacy of retirement income. That framework involves having clear adequacy objectives, calculating adequacy indicators, comparing those indicators to clear targets, and assessing overall adequacy with reference to policy goals. The chapter proposes tangible actions for policy makers to apply this framework.

Stephanie Payet, Policy Analyst in the OECD’s Private Pensions Unit.

Chapter Three – Increasing the role of retirement savings plans for workers in non-standard forms of work.

This chapter discusses policy options to increase the role of retirement savings plans for workers in non- standard forms of work, based on the experience of OECD and non-OECD countries. It first describes the characteristics of workers in non-standard forms of work and the implications on their ability and capacity to save for retirement. It then identifies gaps in their retirement income protection given the current balance between public and private provisions. The chapter ends with policy options, distinguishing different categories of workers in non-standard forms of work, to encourage them to join and regularly contribute to retirement savings plans.


Our panel welcome any questions you may have in advance of the webinar. You can also submit questions live on the day.

Bring a coffee and a biscuit and let us share what we’ve been working on.

We look forward to welcoming you.

The session is expected to last around 90 minutes and there will be an opportunity to participate in a Q&A session following the presentation.

If you would like to attend, please register for the webinar using the button at the top of the page where you will be taken to Hogan Lovell’s registration page.


This webinar is kindly sponsored by Hogan Lovells LLP.