Fair, Sufficient And Sustainable: Collective Defined Contribution (CDC) Pensions

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Henry Tapper has written an exemplar summary of Dr Con Keating's webinar. Read it here.

With the over-arching UK legislation now in place and regulations expected shortly, the webinar will discuss the design and operation of collective pension schemes which are fair, efficient and sustainable. The webinar will discuss a novel form of risk-sharing among the members of a long-term mutual body. With these attributes assured, it is expected that CDC schemes will become the preferred method of pension provision displacing both individual defined contribution and defined benefit schemes.

Dr Keating has recently co-authored a paper with Iain Clacher - Collective Defined Contribution Pensions: An Overview


Dr Con Keating

In the seven years since retiring, Con has restricted his advisory activities to projects for friends, former colleagues, and old clients. He remains active in a number of pro bono roles, including chairing the Bond Commission of the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies. For the past five years, with Professor Iain Clacher, he has been researching the design and operation of collective defined benefit pensions schemes.

He has taught courses as a visitor, at undergraduate and post graduate levels, at universities in the UK, US, Asia and Europe, and continues to supervise two doctoral candidates. The subjects taught and researched have included international and development finance, financial economics, mathematical finance and actuarial science, risk management and pensions design and modelling.

Wednesday, 25 August 2021

16:00 - 16:45 BST



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    Dr Con Keating
    The Bond Commission of the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies
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    Professor Michael Mainelli
    Executive Chairman
    Z/Yen Group

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