Achieving a comprehensive, coordinated and holistic rethink of retirement incomes policy will require a broad community consensus on the need for change. This in turn demands a mechanism for bringing together various stakeholder interests, including consumers themselves.
That was a key discussion point at the CSRI’s 2016 leadership forum in Canberra.
The CSRI Leadership Forum on 12-13 October in Canberra brought together leaders in public policy, industry and academia to debate how to secure a sustainable retirement incomes system for Australia and to explore alternative policy proposals.
The forum discussed ways for developing a holistic reform position, incorporating interactions with health and aged care, and how to build a broad coalition of support for this agenda.