The Central Bank has set the guarantee for a maximum pension reserves of the Russians and 1.4 million rubles
Alexey Polyakov / Moscow-Live.ru
The Bank of Russia proposed to set the upper bound guarantees of the pension provision — voluntary contributions to non-state pensions — at the stage of accumulation at the level of 1.4 million rubles.
This was during a meeting of the working group on non-state pension funds (NPF) in the state Duma said the Deputy Director of the Department of collective investment and trust management of Bank of Russia engaged in the development of the system of guaranteeing pension reserves, reports TASS.
In March the Director of the Department of collective investment securities of the Russian Federation Kirill Pronin said that the Central Bank and the Finance Ministry took the decision on joint development of the bill on the distribution system of guarantees on pension reserves. Now works only for guaranteeing pension savings in the framework of compulsory pension insurance.
«To limit the scope of the warranties we offer on the stage of savings to guarantee the full amount of the nominal contributions that are actually received in the Fund, regardless of who the contribution made to the employer or the participant. It is assumed to define the upper limit in the amount of 1.4 million rubles,» — he explained.
It is also expected to set an upper bound in the system of Deposit guarantee reserves at the stage of pension payment, said Krasinski. «At the stage of pension payment we expect to guarantee the payment of pensions in full, but with extreme the top border, for example equal to two social pensions, which are determined annually by the government. This year is 5 thousand 200 rubles [a month], that is, the potential guarantee — somewhere in the 10 thousand 500 roubles is appointed pensions,» said Krasinski.
«The basic principle on which we propose to build this system is to be based on the guarantee system OPS (mandatory pension insurance — approx. TASS), in terms of mechanisms, mandatory benefits and universal nature, as we have a large variety of pension schemes,» concluded Krasinski.
According to the Chairman of the Central Bank Vladimir Chistochina, the system can start to operate not earlier than 2021.