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Mexico, among the worst countries to retire according to Natixis

While insecurity, shootings, and confrontations intensify throughout the national territory, governability and the rule of law are weakened.

The country under President Andrés Manuel López Obrador also fell in sub-indices such as finances, quality of life, and health, although it remained in happiness.

The Natixis Global Retirement Index rated Mexico as one of the worst to access a retirement. The country was placed 37th out of a list of 44.

This ranking looks at the state of retirement security around the world and delves into four top concerns for retirement savers, including inflation, interest rates, government debt, and a world of worries.

The study that was carried out between March and June 2021, places Mexico among the 10 countries with the worst conditions for retirement. The country fell in sub-indices such as finances, quality of life, and health, although it remained in happiness.

Other countries in the last positions in terms of pensions are: Russia, China, Colombia, Greece, Turkey, Brazil, and India. On the other hand, the country with the best conditions for a decent retirement is, for the third consecutive year, Iceland.

The Natixis Global Index examines 18 performance indicators on retiree well-being, grouped into four sub-indices that provide insights into the particular characteristics that drive the best or worst position of each country’s position.

Top 10 countries with the best retirement security status

1. Iceland
2. Switzerland
3. Norway
4. Ireland
5. Netherlands
6. New Zealand
7. Australia
8. Germany
9. Denmark
10. Canada

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