Xinhua news agency, Shanghai, September 3 (reporter Hu JieFei) in recent years, central and local state-owned enterprises, including China Development and Investment Corporation, China Resources Group, Shougang Group, Shanghai industrial group and Guangming group, have successively entered the pension industry.
Recently, the "Yangtze River Delta State owned endowment industry development alliance" initiated by Shanghai state owned capital operation research institute was inaugurated. As a public welfare platform for industry exchange, information sharing and collaborative cooperation, the alliance will build an ecosystem in which state-owned enterprises participate in the development of pension industry by conducting relevant policy research and holding lectures on pension industry.
In the new era, what new directions and new actions can the state-owned enterprises have to march into the pension industry? Industry insiders believe that state-owned and state-owned enterprises can strengthen inter regional linkage, create replicable samples and lead high-quality industrial development by setting up pension industry funds and establishing regional standardized services.
——Focus on industry short board and lead "high quality" development
Yin Zhigang, chief expert of Shanghai pension industry research center and former director of Shanghai aging Science Research Center, pointed out that China's pension industry should not only "have" but also "excellent", and state-owned enterprises with state-owned assets should focus on "excellence" and devote themselves to providing high-quality and cost-effective pension services for the people.
"At present, the middle end elderly care services in the central urban areas of big cities are in a state of scarcity". Taking Shanghai as an example, Yin Zhigang pointed out that in terms of total amount, the number of elderly care beds in Shanghai can basically meet the demand of the elderly population, but the number of "targeted service and personalized" pension institutions is still insufficient. For those who have stable income, have certain consumption ability and pursue quality life This kind of supply still needs to be strengthened.
——Exploring the road of "marketization" operation
Wu yushao, member of the Party group of the national office for the aged and vice president of the China Association for the aged, points out that "the pension industry has the characteristics of long cycle, slow return, low profit and long industrial chain". In his view, state-owned enterprises have natural advantages in participating in the pension industry.
Overall, state-owned enterprises have capital advantages, physical space advantages, brand advantages. In addition, in recent years, state-owned and state-owned enterprises have actively explored the road of "market-oriented" operation by establishing industrial funds and issuing bonds.
At the beginning of this year, overseas Chinese holding group and blue city real estate construction management group set up "endowment industry investment fund" to cooperate in the fields of pension real estate, home care community and rural construction. Industry insiders pointed out that such exploration will not only help state-owned enterprises to complete functional transformation and layout optimization, but also contribute to the implementation of Rural Revitalization Strategy.
——Promoting regional integration and establishing standardized demonstration samples
At present, "remote pension" has become a new trend in the Yangtze River Delta region. Many old people in Shanghai choose the rural areas of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui with fresh air and beautiful environment as their old-age places.
According to Hua Yan, deputy general manager of Nanjing Jinling Hotel, the pension and living industry built by Jinling Hotel in Tianquan lake of Xuyi has attracted a large number of customers in surrounding areas.
At the unveiling ceremony of the "Yangtze River Delta State owned pension industry development alliance", a number of alliance member units said that state-owned enterprises have great potential in promoting the cultural integration of the Yangtze River Delta region and breaking through the imbalance of pension resources in many places.
Yin Zhigang pointed out that the aging society has brought great challenges to China's pension service, which is not only a problem of service supply under the background of consumption upgrading, but also a social governance problem that must be solved in the whole social transformation period. "If state-owned and state-owned enterprises can play their due advantages and provide real" visible, tangible and affordable "high-quality services for the common people, it will greatly enhance the social reputation of the public service departments and play a" sea god needle "role in the masses