SPECIAL REGIMES. The National Assembly adopted the first article of the pension reform putting an end to the special schemes of the RATP or the Banque de France. All the details.
[Updated; day 10 February 2 022 5:14 p.m.] It's done. Article 1 of the Amending Security Funding Bill (PLFRSS) aimed at removing the special pension schemes has been adopted; to the National Assembly, Friday 10 February. This article provides in particular that the schemes of the RATP, the electricity and gas industries, the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (Cese) and the Banque de France are extinguished. gradually from 1 September 2023. The abolished special schemes will, however, benefit from the grandfather clause, allowing employees already in office to retain their benefits. New employees will henceforth be affiliated to the general pension scheme. Conversely, those of the Paris Opera, the Comédie Française, fishermen and lawyers and liberal professions will continue in the event of entry. The pension reform will come into force this summer. Would you like to know all the effects of this reform on the special schemes? Consult as soon as possible. presents our dedicated dossier; : Which special schemes will be abolished with the pension reform?
The majority special schemes allowing people to leave before the legal age of departure to pensions will disappear with the pension reform, from September 1, 2023. The
RATP, the gas industry branches ( IEG ), Clerks and employees of notaries, staff of the Banque de France and members of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council ( Cese) will therefore see their special plans end for new employees. On the other hand, the autonomous schemes which concern lawyers, the schemes for sailors, that of the Paris Opera and the Comédie Française will not be affected by this novelty. relating to; pension reform.
Be aware that the difference in the legal age from departure to retirement will indeed concern workers in special schemes, in the same way as the extension of the contribution period. On the other hand, civil servants will still be able to benefit from a more advantageous method of calculation. In their case, the calculation of the retirement is established on the last six months of career, and not on the 25 best years.
What are the special regimes in France?
The special regimes complete the list of security regimes. social. These schemes are attached to; a company, a public institution, or a profession. Three main categories exist: the regime of the
public service (National Police, military), the regimes of enterprises and public bodies(EDF, RATP, SNCF). And finally, the special regimes such as those of the Comédie française, the Paris Opera, the Clercs de notaire, or the Banque de France). In France, 15 special schemes exist, representing 4.7 million contributors. Here is the complete list of special schemes:
The civil servants scheme
The Banque de France scheme< /li>
The RATP scheme
The SNCF scheme
The Mining scheme
The scheme for the personnel of the 39;Opéra National de Paris
The Co&die Francçaise regime
The Autonomous Port of Bordeaux regime
The regime for sailors with the National Establishment of Naval Invalids
The regime for worship
The regime for clerks and employees of Notary
The parliamentary system of the Senate with the independent security fund; Social Security of the Senate
The parliamentary regime of the National Assembly
The EDF-GDF regime of the Electricity and Gas Industries
The scheme for workers in state industrial establishments and the scheme for local government officials
What is the grandfather clause?
As of September 1, 2023, if the reform retreats came to enter into force, several special regimes will disappear. But in reality, this deletion only concerns new hires. Current employees will keep this famous special scheme. This is called: the
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