Head: Retail distribution, Allan Gray
Senior partner: Mercer Australia
The panel discussion interrogated ideas for how employers can go about choosing a default investment portfolio. The panellists also engaged in debate on total investment fees and disclosures.
The panel discussion explored a range of governance and regulatory issues impacting the retirement industry. The panellists also touched on the concerns keeping trustees awake at night, the future of retirement fund policy and regulatory innovation.
This session examined the metrics employers can adopt to evaluate umbrella funds, and reviewed the efficacy of the Retirement Savings Cost Disclosure Standard.
The conference closed off with a series of short presentations, followed by a panel discussion around the role that behavioural decision-making can play in promoting better retirement outcomes.
Practice director and Responsible Finance Initiative co-founder: Gordon Institute of Business Science
Associate professor of Marketing and Behavioral Decision Making: UCLA Anderson School of Management
Stanford PhD candidate and assistant professor: The Wharton School