New solutions for new problems – Ageing, Health and Retirement like we’ve never seen before
Actuaries Summit 2017
This presentation illustrates the way in which markets and societies are starting to adjust to the slow but fundamental change of the “Ageing Population” in the way human beings live their lives.
It’s more than a decade since the “Ageing Population” issue began to move from an “in the future prediction” to a “we need to make policy decisions now” issue in many developed countries. In that time the problems and changes that arise when people live longer have become clearer.
We are now reaching a time when the solutions and responses are starting to take shape. Using mainly the Australian examples, this presentation illustrates the way in which markets and societies are starting to adjust to this slow but fundamental change in the way human beings live their lives
This presentation can be found here.
About the presenters
Stuart leads the Actuarial Health practice. He specialises in the strategic issues that impact on health financing for governments and insurers. Stuart has expertise in health insurance; health data; health funding; actuarial functions; Merger and Acquisitions in financial services; strategy for financial services industry; distribution of financial services; embedded value, appraisal value and product rationalisation; and aged care.