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  1. Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey

    How financially prepared are people across the world for retirement? Are they saving enough to meet their retirement goals? And what role should individuals, employers and governments play? The fourth annual Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey, we seek to address these questions and many more.

  2. Expert Consultation on the Silver Economy

    A group of international experts, including economists, policy makers, social scientists, researchers, and representatives of private sector, professional, and other associations, convened at Harris Manchester College in Oxford on June 26, 2014 to discuss the opportunities of the silver economy as a response to population aging. The day-long consultation was organized jointly by GCOA and…

  3. Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey

    The third annual Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey questioned over 16,000 people in 15 countries – including Brazil, India and Turkey for the first time. The report finds that despite improving economic sentiment, people have clear concerns about their retirement. They do not feel sufficiently prepared and, worryingly, they are not acting on it.

  4. Revitalizing Sustainable Growth White Paper

    This 2014 GCOA white paper urges global policy makers to develop policies and programs to maximize the potential of healthy and engaged older populations as active and productive resources that will revitalize and ensure sustainable growth. The paper offers insights and examples for how to utilize aging populations to drive economic growth. The insights are focused in…

  5. Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey

    The second annual Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey paints a picture of continued un-readiness when it comes to retirement planning. Despite increasing numbers of retirees, longer life expectancies and decreasing work age populations, all countries represented in the Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey showed a decline in readiness compared with 2012.

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