Improving Behaviour at Retirement


Apr
24
Aviva Digital, The Ryley Factory, 28-30 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6NN
09:00 until 11:30
E

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How can behavioural economics improve decision-making and advice at retirement?

With growing interest in behavioural economics across financial services, we look at how lessons and insights from this area can be applied to pension decumulation.

From better framing of retirement options to the countering of negative biases - kneejerk aversion to annuities, for example - how can we use behavioural thinking to deliver better customer outcomes?

Our expert panel discusses the ‘nudges’ that could make for more effective communication as clients choose their financial path at retirement.

Speakers include:
Chair: David Dunn, Director, Making Sense of Retirement
Anthony Gore, Head of Intermediary Marketing, Just
Adrian Boulding, Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer, Spire Platform Solutions
Dr Alex Chase, Head of Product, Oxford Risk

Adrian Boulding

Adrian Boulding

Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer

Spire Platform Solutions

Dr. Alex Chase

Dr. Alex Chase

Head of Product

Oxford Risk

Antony Gore

Antony Gore

Head of Marketing Services & Intermediary Marketing

Just Retirement

David Dunn

David Dunn

Director

Making Sense of Retirement

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