Financing Longevity

Melbourne
Tue, Sep 21, 5:00 PM (AEST)

Melbourne

Paying for longer lives is one of the biggest challenges facing innovators in aging and longevity, as well as policy makers and individuals more broadly.

This interactive session will start to develop the global agenda for what the key issues, opportunity and challenges that overlap between longevity and aging.

 

Agenda

5PM Start & Intros Marc NIemes, Aging2.0 Melbourne Lead & Stephen Johnston, Aging2.0 Co-founder

515PM: A discussion & global review of Longevity Fin Tech Startups, Ira Sobel, Fintech 4 Longevity (live from Israel) 

535PM: Startup Share: Dean McClelland, Tontine Trust - The world's 1st RetireTech (live from Ireland)

545PM: Brian Collins StartupBootCamp Director & FinTech Australia Board Member (Melbourne)

6PM Q&A: Panel discussion about opportunities and potential breakouts (tbd). 

630PM: Close


Please register via the link. If you have any problems at 5 pm you can go straight to the zoom session:

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/9185708661

Any issues reach out on +61411467111 or marc.niemes@kontentlabs.com.au


Startup

Tontine Trust

TontineTrust is a Fintech company providing pension benefits on a digital platform, based on the "Tontine" principle in which subscribers pool their Longevity risk in contrast with annuities.

Keynote Speakers

  • Stephen Johnston

    Stephen Johnston

    Aging2.0

    Co-Founder

    See Bio
  • Ira Sobel

    Ira Sobel

    Fintech4Longevity

    Founder

    See Bio
  • Brian Collins

    Brian Collins

    Startup Bootcamp

    Fintech & Foodtech Managing Director

    See Bio
  • Facilitators

  • Marc Niemes

    Marc Niemes

    KontentLabs

    Director


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