In June 2015, Czech President Zeman signed the act preventing new clients from entering the second pillar of the pension system. The pension reform of the Petr Nečas' government is dead. Click here to view an interview with the pension system reform expert of the University of Economics in Prague Marek Loužek. View also opinions of professor Jaroslav Vostatek, pension system reforrm advisor to the Minister of Finance Andrej Babiš, and economist Miroslav Zámečník.
View also Allianz's 2015 Retirement Income Adequacy Indicator where Czech Republic ranks 26th out of 49 countries examined, in the middle of CEE countries and overall. "The replacement rate is relatively high and due to the increase of the retirement age will even increase slightly. The funded pillar though is underdeveloped and a recently introduced new funded scheme will close in 2016 again. Low health expenses and an additional non-pension savings pot support Czech’s retirement income sources."
8th March 2021
15th March 2021