Echo of Moscow, 19.06.17.
Their number will be halved: such a forecast is given in the National Rating Agency. According to experts, this would happen due to tightening of regulation, constant "freezing" of pension savings, and market expansion of large non-state pension funds, Izvestia writes. Such a reduction is possible,” - Doctor of Economics Maxim Maramygin says. Experts believe that small NPFs would leave the market all together, and mergers and acquisitions would take place. Now there are 66 NPFs in Russia.