Capitol Hill Briefing—Risky Business: Living Longer Without Income for Life

NEW LOCATION: 485 Russell Senate Office Building


Please join the American Academy of Actuaries for a Capitol Hill briefing on June 27 that will examine the financial risks of increased lifespans, and the need for retirees to secure lifetime income. The Academy’s Lifetime Income Initiative is part of its continuing effort to provide objective, unbiased information to serve the public and the United States actuarial profession.
 
Speakers on behalf of the Academy will include experienced practitioners from the life and pension areas. These experts will present:
 
  • How improved life expectancy affects planning for retirement
  • Challenges to ensuring lifetime income
  • Solutions to ensure retirees can achieve income for life, including:
    • Emphasizing financial literacy and education
    • Refocusing retirement plan design
    • Developing policies that support lifetime income needs

SPEAKERS

  • Noel Abkemeier, MAAA, FSA; Co-Chairperson, Lifetime Income Risk Joint Task Force
  • Don Fuerst, MAAA, FSA, FCA, EA; Senior Pension Fellow, American Academy of Actuaries
  • Mark Shemtob, MAAA, ASA, EA; Member, Lifetime Income Risk Joint Task Force

DETAILS

Capitol Hill Briefing—Risky Business: Living Longer Without Income for Life
June 27, 2013
11:00 a.m. - Noon
NEW LOCATION: 485 Russell Senate Office Building
 

RESERVATIONS

Space is limited. Reservations are not required but highly recommended. Please RSVP by Wednesday, June 26, 2013. CLICK HERE TO RSVP
 

RESOURCES

MEDIA INQUIRIES

If you have media questions, please contact David Mendes at mendes@actuary.org or 202-223-8196. For general questions about this briefing, please contact Zack Bailey at bailey@actuary.org or 202-223-8196.