Events

Discovery Retirement Summit 2022

Guiding you through the complexities of retirement

Ensuring individuals have saved enough for a comfortable retirement is becoming ever more challenging in today’s uncertain investment environment. Divergent global growth, lengthening lifespans, changing generations, climate change and technological shifts are all redefining the ‘investment opportunity’, making investing for retirement increasingly complex.

We recognise the retirement challenges facing South Africans today. In view of this, we are bringing together an exclusive gathering of internationally renowned speakers to explore the trends, opportunities and challenges that are shaping today’s retirement landscape.

The Summit will showcase the latest thinking on global and local trends in the shifting retirement landscape. Financial advisers will gain fresh ideas, new perspectives, and deep insights to enhance their ability to ensure that their clients achieve a comfortable retirement.

The 2022 Summit will be a virtual event on 25 January offering a full day of engaging content and insights for delegates to view from home.

The Summit will be registered for CPD recognition by the FPI. Delegates who require CPD certificates will be required to provide the necessary personal information during the registration process. CPD certificate points will be based on your verified viewing records.

Below are some of the speakers, more to be announced soon:

  • Sara Carnazzi Weber from Credit Suisse in Switzerland: Author of the paper, Rethinking retirement, discusses her research and highlights the significant gaps that exist in retirement planning around the world. 
  • Andrew J Scott from the London Business School: Author of The-100-year-lifeunpacks the societal changes needed to support longer lifespans and how our decisions will be changed by increasingly longer lives. 
  • Katy Milkman from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania:Behavioural scientist and professor explores the ways that insights from economics and psychology can be used to change people’s behaviours to achieve better outcomes.

Event details:

Date: 25 January 2022, 09h00 – 16h00

Where: Online

Cost: R750 (excluding VAT)







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