Private Pension Investments in Brazil have not Grown Since 2016

Experts emphasize that everyone should have resources to save, but this does not happen because financial education is low and also because of the economy. Since 2015, the crisis has led people to have to withdraw money instead of saving.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The progress of the welfare reform, that has as one of its changes the reduction in the value of retirement pensions, did not serve to elevate the number of Brazilians who invest in private welfare plans.

Today there are about 13 million investors in private plans, the same number as in 2016, according to Fenaprevi.

What has changed recently is that those who already had invested are suspicious that the Brazilian economy . . .

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