The event, which took place on Tuesday October 4, included a panel of experts and addressed issues concerning the rise of the average age in developed countries. Key topics included sustainable pension systems and life annuities, the risks for institutions that offer pension plans, and how politicians, trade unions and societies are responding to the growing concerns of unsustainable pension funds.
Among the speakers were: Guido Tabellini - Rector of Bocconi University; Carlo Favero - Deutsche Bank Chair in Quantitative Finance and Asset Pricing at Bocconi; Michael Amori - Head of Longevity Derivatives Group Deutsche Bank; Flavio Valeri - Chief Country officer of Deutsche Bank in Italy; Elsa Fornero - Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Intesa Sanpaolo; Paolo Garonna - Director General at Ania, the Italian Association of Insurance Companies; Mauro Marè - Head of Mefop, the Institute for the Development of the Pension Funds Market; and Antonio Mastrapasqua - Chairman of Inps, the National Social Insurance Agency.
Deutsche Bank - Bocconi University partnership
Last year, Deutsche Bank became a strategic partner of Bocconi University, Italy's prestigious management and business school. The Bank's partnership with the university supports academic research and deserving students with the creation of the Deutsche Bank Chair in Quantitative Finance and Asset Pricing, as well as Deutsche Bank scholarships.
Deutsche Bank is the first international company to become a partner of the university. Josef Ackermann, CEO and Chairman of Deutsche Bank's Management Board, sits on Bocconi's International Advisory Council. Flavio Valeri, CEO of Deutsche Bank Italy, is member of the Bocconi Partnership Foundation, the university's advisory board.