Start Date:06/07/2020 @ 11.00 a.m.
End Date:06/07/2020 @ 12.30 p.m.
Venue:via Zoom Meeting
CPD Hours:1.5
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DescriptionAiza will first introduce the retirement savings options available in Malaysia – most of which primarily provides for a lump sum at retirement. A key concern for many is how then to manage a retirement income.

Jules will then take the stage by looking at the concept of retirement as it is new and evolving. There are many challenges developing efficient and secure retirement income products in the drawdown phase in Defined Contribution (DC) environments. We apply some traditional actuarial tools, step back from some standard approaches, consider the perspectives of key stakeholders and share a collective process that can generate more efficient use of accumulated retirement funds for the rest of retirees lives

The Speakers

Aiza Yasmin Benyamin

Actuarial Partners Consulting is a founder of the APACS network of independent firms…

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Gribble Jules

Jules is a Principal with PFS Consulting, the Australian member of the Asia-Pacific APACS group…

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  • Aiza Yasmin Benyamin

    Speakers

    Actuarial Partners Consulting is a founder of the APACS network of independent firms. . Aiza is a partner at APC and has over 20 years experience consulting to insurance companies, takaful operators, SOCSO and EPF in Malaysia, and provident funds overseas. APC has been at the forefront on advising governments on pension reform, and companies on private retirement scheme design & funding both in Malaysia, and in countries such as Brunei and Bhutan.

  • Gribble Jules

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    Jules is a Principal with PFS Consulting, the Australian member of the Asia-Pacific APACS group. He has over 30 years experience in professional financial services as a fully qualified actuary, policy setter and educator. Prior to joining PFS, he spent 6 years with the IAIS in Switzerland, and prior to that he has been a partner in a ‘big 4’ accounting firm and founded and successfully developed several actuarial consulting firms. He is also currently a member of the Council of the Actuaries Institute of Australia. Jules main areas of interest include retirement incomes, risk management, operational risk, and governance, mostly in the superannuation (retirement) area. For more than 20 years, he has contributed professional capacity building, for both the actuarial profession (in universities and professionally) and for regional financial services supervisors. He has also published over 50 professional papers and delivered many training programs.