Arab Pensions Conference 2021 features top speakers and key retirement publications

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Arab Pensions Conference 2021 features top speakers and key retirement publications

The Arab Pensions Conference 2021, to be hosted virtually in Bahrain on the 16 and 17 November, will feature nearly 30 global and regional speakers, covering all aspects of the pensions industry, from social policy and demographics to social safety net and social protection, and from family financial resilience during crises and enhancing pension coverage to investment returns and fintech possibilities in the space of retirement planning and savings. The annual conference discusses topics and issues related to pension and social security systems, including their design, benefits, reforms, sustainability, population coverage, investment management, and technology (digitalization). Held under the patronage H.E. Lieutenant-General Dr. Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, Chairman of Bahrain’s Supreme Council of Health, and Chairman of Al-Hekma Retired Society, this year’s event addresses the grand theme of “What should MENA Pension Systems look like for the next 50 years?” After the opening speech of the conference patron, His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Maait, Minister of Finance of the Arab Republic of Egypt, who has been involved for many years with the pension sector in Egypt, will share his perspective and expectations of future developments that are likely to take place in the pension sector across the Arab world.

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