- Public finance and the low Interest rate environment: an inevitable development? Understanding the reasons, public benefits and consequences of a persistent low-interest rate environment
- Private finance perspective: What are the implications of the low-interest-rate environment for pension plans, personal finance and personal wealth management for future generation
- Impact of ‘Low Forever’ for pension systems and pension funds: What are the features of sustainable pension plans? Is pension at risk? How will sustainability change the level of response-ability of public, institutional and private stakeholders? What is the new narrative?
- Pension providers: Which pension schemes will they offer? How will the insurance sector reconcile profit targets and pension protection? How will the insurance sector position itself considering future structural changes of pension systems? How will insurers empower / prepare customers to meet their future pension needs?
- Sven Giegold, Member of the Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance (EFA), Speaker Eurogroup of the Greens
- Ilka Houben, Head of Pensions Policy, German Insurance Association (GDV)
- Prof. Dr. Alexander Ludwig, Professor for Public Finance and Macroeconomic Dynamics, Goethe University Frankfurt
Dr. Detlef Fechtner, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Börsen-Zeitung