Seeking solutions to age-old problems
The National Pensions Summit explored the future of pensions in Ireland and examined how the changing nature of work is affecting our attitudes to saving
It’s morbid to think about, but there’s a downside to living longer. In a climate where those saving for pensions are in the minority, the question of funding those extra years of life threatens to develop into a national crisis.
The second National Pensions Summit, held at Croke Park, addressed challenges facing pension providers in 2018. Under the tagline ‘Irish Pensions: A Landscape in Transition’, chief executives, founders, directors and experts...
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