The coverage ratio of Dutch pension funds in June for a bit of help, wrote a financial services provider, Aon Wednesday, in its Pensioenthermometer. The average coverage ratio, which shows the extent to which funds are to meet their obligations, increased last month from 92 to 93 percent of the time.
The average beleidsdekkingsraad, which looks at average funding ratios of pension funds over the past twelve months, the hotel is located at the end of June, 96 percent of the time. This indicator is important because it is on the basis of this, it is at the end of the year, or a pension fund have been reduced to.
the beleidsdekkingsgraad of 96% similar to Dutch pension funds are safe and secure, because the number is still above the threshold of 90% is located:, the kortingsgrens. This is according to Aon, however, is a false picture. "They beleidsdekkingsgraad over the coming months will decrease due to the higher funding requirements for the coronacrisis is replaced by the lower coverage rates for the duration of the crisis," according to the financial service provider.
This would mean that the pension reductions, therefore, are not yet out of the picture, even with a potential agreement on the implementation of the new pension system. Aon noted that "there is still a chance that a limited number of discounts are made to be at the end of this year.