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Mexico :, Financial Sector Assessment Program Update: Technical Note: Industrial Organization and Competition: Pension System in Mexico

The technical note on Mexico’s Financial Sector Assessment Program update analyzes that the private pension system’s regulator in Mexico has introduced innovate rules. Mexico, as with many other countries in Latin America, has adopted an individual capitalization pension system. The design of these pension reforms confers the administration of pension funds to private companies. Under these schemes, competition plays a key role, keeping prices low, a good quality of service, and an efficient investment allocation
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Introduction; A. Pension Reform in Mexico; B. The Role of the Government; Tables; 1. Contributions as Percentage of the Salary; C. The Afore Industry; Figures; 1. Market Size; 2. Average Price and Costs Per Affiliate (Monthly); 2. Number of Sales-agents; 3. Contributions Market Share/Affiliates Market Share; 4. Marketing Cost Share/Commissions Income Share; D. Commission Structure; E. Potential Barriers to Entry; 5. Equivalent Fees Over Assets; F. Changes in Regulation that Promote Price Competition; 6. Transfer of Affiliates Between Afores
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non fiction
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1 online resource (24 p.)
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