The main international bodies to which CONSAR belongs, are the OECD, IOPS and AIOS.

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), through its Working Party on Private Pensions (WPPP), reviews and analyzes the policies and technical matters of the private pension systems of the member countries.

Working Party on Private Pensions
The Working Party on Private Pensions (WPPP) is an entity integrated by insurance and pension regulators and supervisors from the member countries and other guest countries.

The International Organization of Pension Supervisors (IOPS) is an independent international body representing those involved in the supervision of private pensions. IOPS currently has 60 members and observers of supervisory institutions from more than fifty developed and underdeveloped countries.

IOPS was created in the framework of the International Pensions Research Network (IPRN), an informal network of regulators and supervisors established by the OECD.

While the OECD leads the work concerned with policies and standards regarding private pensions, IOPS is devoted to supervise the pension systems.

The International Association of Pension Funds Supervision (AIOS) is a civil nonprofit entity, composed by the supervisory bodies of the individual capitalization pension systems from Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Uruguay.

The AIOS is aimed at promoting the interrelation among the bodies in charge of the supervision and control of the management of the Retirements and Pensions Funds, through the development of research programs and permanent training, with the purpose of strengthening and improving the preliminary systems of individual capitalization.

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