“For example,” he said, “we want to find out whether someone’s attitude towards pensions is linked to age and the used information channels, and how someone assesses a pensions institution.”During the pilot, Indialoog wants to learn about an employer’s role in pensions and to establish how the subject of pensions can be made more attractive. APG will also try to find out where the public is seeking information about pensions, and which information people expect to find.Participants in the consumer community dialogue can also add themes.Willms said the pilot would be considered successful if it provided new insights, and if people continued discussing new subjects.In that event, he said, Indialoog will be rolled out nationwide.Willms added that APG would share the outcome of a permanent panel with the pensions sector. The €344bn asset manager and pensions provider APG has launched a pilot project to start a dialogue with Dutch consumers on pensions, insurance and other financial issues.During the next half year, APG’s marketing, communications and distribution department is to enter into dialogue with 450 members of the public. But the pilot, called Indialoog’, must make clear whether such an exchange of thoughts will be a good way of involving people in the development of new products and services, said Raoul Willms, strategic marketing manager at APG.He said Indialoog aimed for a broader discussion than merely the “relatively limited enviroment of pension funds”.
STATEWIDE — The presidential candidates will make a final appearance in Indiana today pushing for your vote before heading to the polls Tuesday for the Primary.The Ted Cruz-Carly Fiorina campaign will make eight stops across Indiana Monday, including Brownsburg, Carmel, Fishers, Fortville, Franklin and Bloomington.Donald Trump will rally supporters at the Center for Performing Arts in Carmel at 4 p.m.Trump will then head north to South Bend.Democrat Bernie Sanders starts the day in Evansville, heads to Fort Wayne next and wraps up with a rally at 4 p.m. on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis.As of Sunday evening, Hillary Clinton’s website does not list any Monday appearances.