Society of Actuaries
2017 Living to 100 Symposium
January 4 - 6, 2017
Renaissance Orlando SeaWorld
- Agenda - Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
- Additional Information
- Attendee List - Company Name
- Attendee List - Last Name
- Competency Framework
- Continuing Professional Development Credit
- Event Sponsors
- Participating Organizations
- Sponsorship Opportunities
LIVING to 100 is a research effort which includes a triennial international research symposium. Sponsored by the Society of Actuaries, the symposium brings together thought leaders from around the world to share ideas and knowledge on aging, increases in survival rates and the resulting increase in aging populations together with its implications to social, financial, retirement and health care systems. The symposium also examines possible solutions to the challenges and opportunities created.
A diverse range of professionals, scientists and academics gather at this prestigious event to discuss the latest scientific information on how and why we age, measure current mortality and project future rates of improvement in survival, identify potential advantages and risks associated with the increasing number of retirees and suggest answers to difficult issues resulting from individuals living longer. The outcome of each Living to 100 event is a lasting body of research to educate and aid individuals and policymakers in addressing the potential needs and services of the future advanced-age populations. This Web site offers a means of continuing communication among interested researchers and other individuals.
Sponsorship Opportunities Now Available
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Support the Symposium with Participating Organizations
Read the list of participating organizations and learn more about how to participate with symposium preparations.
Register Now for the 2017 Symposium
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