"Structuring the payout phase in a defined contribution scheme in high income countries – Experiences of Singapore" provides readers with a brief introduction to Singapore’s unique model of social security – the Central Provident Fund (CPF), its various accounts and the CPF Investment Scheme.
The article includes an assessment of the financial instruments in place to facilitate the de-accumulation of assets accumulated using CPF and/or CPF savings and the Lifelong Income Scheme.
An evaluation of other mechanisms to enhance the adequacy of retirement savings is also discussed.
Authors: Chia, N. & Tsui, A. K. (2015)
Structuring the payout phase in a defined contribution scheme in high income countries – Experiences of Singapore. In Asher, M. G. & Kimura, F. (Eds.). Strengthening social protection in East Asia (pp.106-132). London: New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. (Call no.: 306.095 STR).
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