This is evidenced by the results of a study by the French financial corporation Natixis.
Natixis is one of the largest French banks. Calculates the Global Pension Index from the year 2013. For computations, it uses World Bank data, as well as information from national statistical offices.
Turkey, Russia, Brazil and India are also the lowest ranking.
The highest ranking positions are taken by Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Sweden and New Zealand. Germany took 7 position, the US - 17.
In the calculations, factors such as the level of health care, the quality of life, the amount of pensions, material well-being are taken into account. Each of the items is measured on a scale from 0 to 100. Leading in the ranking of Norway received 86 points.