On March 10, the Museum of American Finance will host “The Longevity Bonus: The Economic Impact on the Retirement Megatrend,” a timely discussion about the implications of population aging – the only global megatrend causing a major impact in both developed and developing societies; The program will be held from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the Museum’s Grand Mezzanine at 48 Wall Street in New York

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New York, NY – On March 10, the Museum of American Finance will host “The Longevity Bonus: The Economic Impact on the Retirement Megatrend,” a timely discussion about the implications of population aging – the only global megatrend causing a major impact in both developed and developing societies. The program will be held from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the Museum’s Grand Mezzanine at 48 Wall Street in New York.

The evening will begin with a fireside chat featuring Allen & Company Managing Director Senator Bob Kerrey with Bank of America Merrill Lynch Head of Global Wealth & Retirement Solutions Andy Sieg, a contributor to the White House Conference on Aging. A panel discussion will follow with thought leaders in the field of longevity to provide insight into economic opportunities, challenges and responses to this megatrend in government, technology, housing, health care, leisure, financial services and product development.

Panelists include:
Jonathan Clements (moderator), Former Wall Street Journal columnist
Joe Coughlin, Director, MIT AgeLab
Michael W. Hodin, Ph.D., CEO, Global Coalition on Aging
Nora Super, Former Executive Director, White House Conference on Aging

“The Longevity Bonus” is sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, with additional support from Investopedia. More information on this event can be found at www.moaf.org/longevity. Join the conversation at #longevitybonus.

About the Museum of American Finance
The Museum of American Finance, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is the nation’s only independent museum dedicated to finance, entrepreneurship and the open market system. With its extensive collection of financial documents and objects, its seminars and educational programming, its publication and oral history program, the Museum portrays the breadth and richness of American financial history, achievement and practices. The Museum is located at 48 Wall Street. For more information, visit www.moaf.org or connect with the Museum on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @FinanceMuseum.

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