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International Organisation Of Pension Supervisors

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The International Organisation of Pension Supervisors (IOPS) is an international body representing those involved in the supervision of private pension arrangements. It is legally established as a non-profit association in accordance with French law and it is domiciled in Paris. It currently has over 60 members and observers representing some 55 countries and territories of a varying degree of economic development and of varied pension and supervisory systems arrangements. Th e organization comprises three types of membership: governing members, associate members, and observer-status members. In order to assess the role of the IOPS in transnational economic governance, one would need to firstly assess the range of activities the IOPS is undertaking, so as to examine whether the IOPS has achieved its proclaimed aims; secondly, supposing the attainment of those aims by the IOPS, one would need to examine also the value and importance of the IOPS aims themselves.

Keywords: associate members; governing members; International Organisation of Pension Supervisors (IOPS); observer-status members; transnational economic governance



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