At the 2023 Defined Contribution Plan Summit, which was hosted in Montebello, Que. on Feb. 21-23, delegates learned from employer case studies and expert thought leadership about innovative pension plan design, financial wellness programs, decumulation solutions and investment opportunities to support their DC plan members.
Indeed, alongside high inflation and interest rates, members are facing several competing financial priorities, from simple day-to-day expenses to contributing to their workplace retirement plans. To meet this challenge, DC plan sponsors are evolving their savings programs to offer flexibility and innovation, focusing on catering to plan members’ different needs and expanding the scope of these programs.
Find out what you missed!
Why big decisions are so hard to make
Helping DC plan members mind the manageable risk gap
DC industry’s objectives shifting from retirement to financial wellness
How Australia, the U.S. are tackling decumulation challenges
AI insights on financial wellness
A look at McGill University’s search for a comprehensive decumulation solution
Demystifying what ESG means for DC pension plans
Exploring secular trends and the impacts on retirement outcomes
How PepsiCo Canada is making its savings plan more flexible
Tips for getting more retirement income with less risk
Mitigating longevity risk key to ensuring income for life for DC plan members
Eight billion reasons why capital investment matters again
Keep it simple, thoughtful and measurable to engage millennials in retirement savings
Amazon fostering holistic financial literacy, wellness among employees
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