What Could a 21st-Century Lifetime Income “Pension” Look Like?

Updated: Mar 2



Innovations in longevity risk pooling took center stage at a panel titled What Could a 21st-Century Lifetime Income “Pension” Look Like? at the Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives Annual Policy Innovation Forum, a three-day event that ran October 20—22, 2020.


Our own Richard Fullmer presented on the topic of Modern Tontine Pensions.


The panel was moderated by Charles Millard, Former Director of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC). Other panelists included:

  • Doug Kincaid, Assistant Vice President of Greenwald Research

  • Tamiko Toland, Head of Research of CANNEX

  • David Pitt-Watson, Visiting Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School (UK)

  • David Pratt, Jay and Ruth Caplan Distinguished Professor of Law at Albany Law School

The presentation slide deck can be found here.