Superannuation and Investments at the 2022 All-Actuaries Summit

From 2-4 May 2022, actuaries came together to enjoy a stacked program at the 2022 All-Actuaries Summit. With Summit materials now publicly available, Alex Samios and Leandro Ao, on behalf of the Superannuation and Investments Practice Committee, recap the superannuation and investments-related content from the Summit’s concurrent speakers.

The presentations covered a variety of superannuation and investments topics. In this article, we have grouped these presentations into several broad categories for your easy reference. 

Superannuation fund modelling, capital and risk management

Superannuation Fund Financial Modelling – By Vivian Dang, Anita Voon, Andrew West and Estelle Liu. Watch the recording

Capital Levels in Super and Members Best Interest By Melinda Howes, Michael Dermody and Tim Gorst. Watch the recording.

Forward-Looking Risk Metrics By Daniel Cheng and Elizabeth Baker. Watch the recording.

Retirement income and member outcomes

Real Retirement Incomes – By Eric Ranson. Watch the recording.

Overcoming Supply Side Resistance to Lifetime Annuities By Anthony Asher. Watch the recording.

Funding Retirement with Public Reverse Mortgages: An Evaluation of Australia’s Home Equity Access Scheme By Katja Hanewald. Watch the recording.

Actuarial modelling and assisting trustees meet the requirements of the Retirement Income Covenant By Anthony Saliba, Michael Dermody, Leandro Ao and Danny Bechara. View the slides.

Mortality Sharing in a Multi-state Model of Functional Disability and Health Status By Doreen Kabuche. Watch the recording.

Financial advice and member behaviours

Actuaries Institute’s Professional Presence in Financial Planning By Mark Berry. Watch the recording and view the slides.

Understanding Members’ Behavioural Responses to Market Volatility By Shang Wu, Inka Eberhardt and Jacki Ellis. Watch the recording.

Insurance in superannuation

Mental Health: A Natural Experiment By Jeff Humphreys. Watch the recording and read the summary article.

Reserving through Crisis – through the Asia lens from an Aussie Actuary By Yan Sun. Watch the recording.

Where is Life Insurance Pricing Headed? Balancing Complexity and Granularity with Common Sense By Matt Noyce and Francis Burgess. Watch the recording.

Economics, investment and emerging topics

An Industry-Based Solution for Growth/Defensive Categorisation By David Bell and Ian Fryer. Watch the recording.

Consequences of Modern Monetary Theory for Cryptocurrencies and Taxation – By Anthony Asher. Watch the recording, view the slides and read the summary article.

ESG – is it relevant for life insurance? – By Catherine Robertson-Hodder. Watch the recording.

The Great Housing Bubble – By Richard Lyon. Watch the recording and view the slides.

Markets Panel – By Jon Fernie and Roger McIntosh. Watch the recording and view the slides.

Corporate Mortality: An actuarial reflection – By Douglas Isles and Cary Helenius. Watch the recording and view the slides.

Risk Managing to Net Zero in Financial Services – By Raymond Bennett, Tal Morgenstern and Michelle Dong. Watch the recording.

Careers in superannuation and investments

The Great ‘Actuarial’ Resignation – Is it upon us? And what can be done about it? – By Phillip Chu, Josh Ong, Tony Diep, Desmond Muzorewa, Faro Mok, Douglas Isles and Mark Berry. Watch the recording and view the slides.

Want to change the world? Then work in super! – By Naomi Edwards, Ravi Nanayakkara, Christine Li and Brnic van Wyk. Watch the recording and read the summary article.

Actuaries making an impact – how we can stay relevant, values and fulfilled in a changing world – By Ryan Boyd, Adrian Ericsson, Julia Lessing, Lori Tan and Matthew Webster. Watch the recording.

Click here to read a detailed synopsis of each presentation. 
Read further coverage from the 2022 All-Actuaries Summit. 

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