Ageless quote - 'To reap a so-called longevity dividend you need to make sure that you set up the infrastructure to make that possible' - The Economist

This is a great new quote from The Economist in support of the longevity infrastructure we're building at the CAE.

Unlocking the potential of older years
The Economist. Dec. 21, 2021

(6:04)

“In the rich world 90% of people will now reach their 65th birthday and most of them will have plenty of healthy years ahead of them.

Encouraging people to make use of these healthy years could unlock economic potential that’s being lost in retirement.

To make the most of this increasing life expectancy, to reap a so-called longevity dividend you need to make sure that you set up the infrastructure to make that possible.

More flexible ways of tapping into, say your pension savings, to employers taking a more open-minded approach.”

(6:40)

Emphasis added

Youtube link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJCr5WJapm8

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