Although my day job revolves around the University, I enjoy stepping outside the ivory tower and interacting with financial practitioners and audiences in the real world. In fact, I have delivered over 2,000 keynote lectures and presentations during the last 25 years and hope to do just as many in the next quarter century.
Pension Planning in Madrid.
It’s all about the income.
Protected Lifetime Income.
Tontines at MIT.
Swimming with Sharks.
Longevity Risk Explained.
Tontines at Brooking.
Generally speaking (no pun intended) I offer two categories of lectures. One is aimed at academic University audiences such as researchers and students in pension economics and actuarial finance, where I present a scholarly working paper. Those events are rather technical, quite somber and pro-bono. The second category is targeted at practitioners and professionals in the financial services industry, where I can discuss almost anything related to “retirement income” planning and “optimal decumulation”, broadly defined. Yes, there is an honorarium for those sorts of engagements, but in exchange I can be funnier, more entertaining (and promise no equations.) Either way, feel free to reach-out via the following form.
If you would like to reserve Moshe A. Milevsky for a speaking engagement or to inquire about his availability, please complete and submit the form below.
(Note that I do not give individual financial advice nor can I respond to requests for investment recommendations.)
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