Reframing the Retirement Challenge

Originally published in the Australian Financial Review on 28 April 2015. It was a quarter of a century ago that Australia led the world in setting up compulsory superannuation. Now, with population ageing, lifespans increasing, public finances stretched and the risk of people outliving their savings growing, the system needs to evolve in response to changing circumstances, writes CSRI… Read More

Post-Retirement Roundtable

The third of the CSRI’s roundtables for the year, convened in collaboration with StatePlus, focused on the post-retirement phase. The previous two Roundtables related to income adequacy and encouraging self-sufficiency. This session tackled issues such as how Australia’s retirement income system compares internationally,  the challenges in ensuring adequate and sustainable incomes in retirement for people of diverse… Read More

Six Simple Questions – Part 1

The CSRI was founded to encourage the sharing of ideas toward building a more sustainable, efficient, equitable and adequate retirement incomes system. We’re lucky to have attracted some high-profile and highly knowledgeable sponsors to contribute to our work and help shape the debate. Joining us today for the discussion are these six experts: In this… Read More