Financing Pensions

5-6 NOV | WorldPensionSummit 2014

The only platform 'for and by' Pension Professionals, exchanging knowledge and innovative ideas on how to secure sufficient pension provision.

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Peter Borgdorff Keynote Opening

10/21/2014 2:25:43 PM
Peter Borgdorff, Managing Director PFZW is Keynote Opening Speaker at WorldPensionSummit 2014, 5-6 November 2014 in The Hague

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Intergenerational Equity, Longevity & Inflation Protection Panel

10/5/2014 10:44:28 PM
With life expectancy continuing to rise, partly due to medical advances, the Longevity Risk Discussion will explore issues including: How accurate have historical forecasts of life expectancy been? How subjective and widely dispersed are longevity forecasts?

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10/1/2014 5:32:45 PM
Louwman Museum offers a shuttleservice from the Conference Hotel Hampshire Babylon to the Summit venue, during the summit days.

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Generation Y and Their Personal Finances: TIAA CREF | GFLEC research

9/18/2014 3:32:23 PM
They are young, tech savvy and confident; diverse, connected and idealistic. And, they face a host of financial challenges. At 80 million strong, Gen Y is the largest generation in U.S. history, about a third of the country’s workforce. TIAA-CREF and GFLEC present a study of this target group, about their financial management and generally low level of financial literacy. Director of GFLEC, Annamaria Lusardi is speaking in Track B1 about Financial Literacy.

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Reshaping Workplace Pensions

9/2/2014 10:52:13 AM
Steve Webb, UK Minister of State for Pensions, presented his Defined Ambition proposal during WorldPensionSummit 2013. In this paper the UK Government formulated a clear & sound response to the consultation Reshaping workplace pensions for future generations, which took place from 7 November to 19 December 2013.

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