Relevant programme outputs from the second phase of the Optimising Future Pension Plans programme.
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IFoA Pensions Board - presntation followed by discussion with Pension Board members Presentation  November 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly
Pooled annuity funds: a solution to the decumulation crisis, Notre-Dame University, Lebanon Webinar November 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly
Pooled annuity funds: a solution to the decumulation crisis, Center for Financial and Actuarial Mathematics, University of Minnesota Webinar October 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly
Pooled annuity funds: a solution to the decumulation crisis, Waterloo Actuarial Science Seminar Webinar September 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly
The Great Risk Transfer, Round-table discussion  Panelist  September 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly

Pooled annuity funds: a solution to the decumulation crisis, Actuarial Teachers and Researchers Conference 2021, University Colleage Dublin 

Webinar  June 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly
Pooled annuity funds: a solution to the decumulation crisis, Faculty of Actuaries Students' Society (FASS ) Webinar  May 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly

Tontines: an innovative answer to the decumulation crisis, Westminster & City "Rethinking Retirement Income" conference

Webinar

January 2021

Professor Catherine Donnelly

Staying the course: how pooled annuity funds are proving an attractive alternative, The Actuary

Article  May 2021 Thomas Bernhardt and Catherine Donnelly
Pooling longevity for a better retirement income: how many people are needed? at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Snell seminar series Presentation April 2021

Professor Catherine Donnelly

Pooling longevity for a better retirement income: How many people are needed? at the University of York/Yorkshire Actuarial Society seminar series Presentation March 2021 Professor Catherine Donnelly
Are tontines the solution to the decumulation conundrum?, Mallow Street Article September 2020 Sandre Wolf
Quantifying the trade-off between income stability and the number of members in a pooled annuity fund Preprint  August 2020 Thomas Bernhardt and Catherine Donnelly

 

 

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