Retirement Policy and Research Centre forum: Two overseas experts will bring an international perspective to the forum and outline the best-practice thinking on future uncertainties in Australia, US, UK and Ireland.
Forum: Retirement Policy in an Age of Uncertainty
When: Thursday 20 April 2017, 1.30-4.30pm
Where: Case Room 2, level 0, University of Auckland Business School, Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, Auckland
International guest speakers:
The Hon. Nick Sherry: Australian superannuation system and reform
Australia’s former Minister for Superannuation & Corporate Law and Assistant Treasurer
David Harris: UK and Ireland pension systems before and after Brexit
Managing Director, TOR Financial Consulting Ltd
There is much concern here and abroad about what the future holds for retirement policy. Brexit and the Trump election have profound implications for what is happening in Ireland, England and the US. Australia has its own set of uncertainties and is in the midst of far-reaching reform. Two overseas experts will bring an international perspective to the forum and outline the best-practice thinking on future uncertainties in Australia, US, UK and Ireland.
RPRC’s Susan St John, Michael Littlewood and M.Claire Dale ask: Are there possible lessons for New Zealand?
To register for this forum, email Dr M.Claire Dale at firstname.lastname@example.org