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Re: Pension Law Changes - Unemployment at 58 and older

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In order to keep in the company pension scheme, you need to carry-on paying not only your own contributions, but also those of the company. For this, you get to keep the insurance benefits in-case of disability or death.

When you have been made unemployed at 58+, probably not an attractive proposal in many cases.
You will have the right to reduce your pension contribution, by requesting that a notional salary (income subject to AVS) that is lower than your current one is used as the basis for pension contributions.

Staying in the plan means you receive the same annual interest rate growth on your accrued pension savings as any other employee.

Do you find the HR team are well informed about the pension - I would be asking my questions to a member of the pension committee, or pension fund manager, if there is one. The pension plan is likely to be a separate legal entity from the bank.
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