Making longer lives better: Living long and prospering

Complimentary Web Seminar
Available On-Demand
Hosted by Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser

The prospect of a longer life is perhaps the defining risk that participants face when it comes to retirement readiness. Longer lives require access to a sustainable source of retirement income. That sustainability is driven by adequate contribution rates and appropriate asset allocations, in addition to strategies specifically designed to convert assets to income over multiple decades. This webcast will provide a roundtable discussion on the topic of living longer, reflecting the views of three experts,, each with a different area of expertise.

You can expect to hear topics such as:

  • How increases in longevity may play out for individuals (e.g., are those extra elderly years or active years?)
  • How advances in medicine and technology may affect quality of life in retirement
  • What will employers need to consider in face of increased longevity issues that increased longevity presents for employers
  • Potential approaches for addressing those issues

At the conclusion of this webinar, you will walk away with perspectives from an array of viewpoints on how increases in longevity may affect participants' ability to prepare for and live in retirement.

Featured Presenters:

Speaker:
Melissa Kahn
Managing Director of Retirement Policy Strategy
State Street Global Advisors
Speaker:
Olivia Mitchell
Professor of Economics
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Speaker:
Ursula Staudinger
Lifespan Psychologist
Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University

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