In this episode of Pioneering Pensions, we speak with Moshe Milevsky on the role of human capital in pension savings. What does it mean for the savings strategy? We will also discuss how longevity pooling and modern tontines could secure retirement income.
This discussion covers theory and practice. Moshe shares his practical experiences from developing the modern tontine fund for Guardian Capital in Canada. Moshe also has a keen interest in the history of longevity management, and gives some good insights from the past decades.
About Moshe Milevsky
Moshe is a tenured Professor of Finance at the Schulich School of Business and a member of the graduate faculty in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at York University in Toronto, Canada. He has authored 17 books, including his latest “How to Build a Modern Tontine” from 2022. As a practitioner, he is the Chief Retirement Architect at Guardian Capital in Canada and Managing Director at PILECo, a private consulting firm.
To learn more about Moshe, visit his website.