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Insight | Around Russia  | 24.11.21

Russian Residents Told Experts What Size of Pension They Consider Decent  


Specialists of the job search service interviewed Russians and found out what amount of pension payments they consider worthy. Residents of Moscow (48,000 rubles), St. Petersburg (47,000 rubles), and Khabarovsk (45,100 rubles) had the highest pension expectations, while residents of Kirov (39,000 rubles) and Izhevsk (39,400 rubles) had the most modest ones.   When asked about

Insight | Around Russia  | 24.08.21

Russians Named Perfect Age for Retirement


Russian women dream of retirement at an average of 53 years, while men more often named the age of 55, which follows from the results of a survey conducted by specialists of the SuperJob job search service.   According to the results of the study, men in Russia most often consider it optimal to retire at

Economics | Business  | 01.06.21

Russian Average Insurance Pension Increased by 5.7%


The average size of an insurance pension in Russia as of January 1, 2021, amounted to 16,789 rubles (an increase of 5.7 per cent over the year), according to the data of an operational report of the Accounts Chamber for the Q1 of 2021, TASS reports.    The report notes that as a result of

Economics | Business  | 28.05.21

Russians Named Perfect Income for Creating Pension Savings


Specialists of Rabota.ru and SberNPF services conducted a joint study and found out what income Russians consider sufficient to make long-term savings. It turned out that almost half of the residents of Russia (43 per cent) need a salary of 70 to 150 thousand rubles a month.  In turn, 9 per cent of respondents noted

Economics | Business | Technology  | 26.04.21

NPF Safmar: Russians Choose Online Services


Russian Non-Governmental Pension Fund (NPF) SAFMAR notes the growing popularity of online customer service. In March 2021, 71 per cent of applications for the payment of funded pension in the company and 93 per cent of applications for changing personal data were submitted through a personal account on the website and in the mobile application,

Economics | Business  | 05.03.21

Most Russians Have Positive Attitude to Corporate Pension


Experts of the Rabota.ru job search service and NPF Sberbank found that 84 per cent of Russians would like to receive a corporate pension from their employer in addition to the state pension.   It is noted that interest in corporate pensions is especially high among people aged 36-55 (85 per cent). Among 18-25-year-olds, 81 per

Economics | Business  | 25.02.21

Demand for Individual Pension Plan Grew in Rostov


Residents of the Rostov region have begun to save more money for private pensions using an individual pension plan (IPP). In 2020 and the first two months of 2021, more than one thousand residents turned to the offices of Sberbank to issue this instrument for long-term savings, 1rnd reports.  It is stated that the total

Insight | Around Russia  | 24.02.21

Russians’ Early Retirement to Be Simplified


Russian Ministry of Labour proposed to amend the lists of jobs, professions, industries, positions and specialities, taking into account which an old-age insurance pension will be assigned ahead of schedule, RG reports. It is proposed to include in such lists the periods of vocational training and additional vocational education of employees in which an employee

Economics | Insight | Around Russia  | 09.02.21

Russians Named Desired Amount of Savings for Retirement


About a quarter of Russians said that they need 20-50 million rubles for a comfortable life in retirement. This follows from the survey data of the Non-State Pension Fund of Sberbank and Rambler. The survey involved 2,395 people over 18 years old, RBC said.  It is noted that the amount mentioned above was wished by

Economics | Business  | 04.02.21

Russian Non-State Pension Fund Paid Out Over 2 Billion Rubles


Russian non-state pension fund (NPF) SAFMAR paid out 2.04 billion rubles of pensions in 2020, which exceeds the payments of 2019 by 173.14 million rubles. In particular, the fund increased payments to pensioners on compulsory pension insurance by 14 per cent, to 1.62 billion rubles.  According to the statistics of the fund, at the end

Business | Technology  | 03.02.21

Russian Pensioners Apply for Retirement Online


The NPF ‘SAFMAR‘ expands the possibilities of remote services and now an application for the appointment of a funded pension can be submitted through a personal account in a mobile application or on the fund’s website. At the end of the first test month, 20 per cent of retirees have already sent such applications online.  

Economics | Business  | 31.12.20

Russian Pension Fund Received International Award


The Investment and Pension Europe (IPE) which is considered the most prestigious pension fund, in December 2020 arranged the twentieth anniversary award ceremony. There, as part of its project, Russian NPF SAFMAR spoke about improving the credit quality of client investment portfolios and presented the procedure for their disclosure to issuers.  It is noted that

Economics | Business  | 23.12.20

Russian Experts Found Out Who Saved More for Retirement


The SAFMAR Non-State Pension Fund studied the client base by year of birth of clients and found out that people who were born in leap years have saved more for retirement than those born in other years. In total, the accounts of 3.8 million persons insured with NPF SAFMAR were analyzed. The average bill of