It is now roughly 10 years ago since the credit crisis was unleashed. During this time, the financial sector has had to deal with a flood of new legislation and regulations in order to make the financial system more resistant to a new financial crisis.

Central banks have introduced a monetary policy to stimulate the economy with a historically low interest rate, which has caused concern about a resulting bubble forming in financial markets. There is also social distrust with regard to the pension sector. The media is looking back and asking the question: how have we fared since the credit crisis? In the pension sector, risk management has skyrocketed since 2008. In the article “Risk Management 2.0 – Time for a Recap” we review these risk management developments in pension funds since the credit crisis and draw valuable lessons for the future framework of integral risk management.

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