1:1 with Evelyn Chow
Eighteen months into her role as Appointed Actuary P&C for Australia and New Zealand, Evelyn Chow reflects on the role actuaries play in the value chain of an organisation.
The purpose of Swiss Re's Retirement Working Group is to discuss a diverse range of global and local topics impacting the Australian retirement landscape. It will bring together strong and diverse expertise across Australia's retirement ecosystem to share knowledge, better understand challenges and the needs of all ageing consumers and their families.
The group has debated and discussed the complexity of emerging aged care needs, bias(es) preferences, challenges associated with navigating a complex social welfare system, income adequacy and future retirement income solutions. With two sessions remaining in the series, the focus will be on emerging care needs and global ageing solutions.
Insights generated from the group so far are outlined below:
In addition, we have also engaged with ASFA and a number of the leading superannuation funds to share their expertise and input into future opportunities.
Published August 2016
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