Lifetime Income—Risks and Solutions

March 7, 2012
Noon–1:30 p.m. Eastern

During this webinar, attendees learned about the risks of inadequate lifetime income, current options to address the risk, the range of policy solutions to help retirees better prepare for managing lifetime retirement needs, and new initiatives underway within the Academy to advance the discussions surrounding longevity risk. Attendees also learned about the characteristics of lifetime income risk, important steps recently taken by the federal government designed to enhance lifetime retirement security, and how the unique skills of the actuarial profession can contribute to solutions.



  • Nancy Bennett, MAAA, FSA, CERA
    Senior Life Fellow, American Academy of Actuaries
  • Donald Fuerst, MAAA, EA, FSA
    Senior Pension Fellow, American Academy of Actuaries


  • Noel Abkemeier, MAAA, FSA
    Co-Chairperson, Lifetime Income Risk Task Force
  • Tonya Manning, MAAA, FSA, FCA, EA
    Co-Chairperson, Lifetime Income Risk Task Force



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