- Retirement Research Center
|DCIIA Video Library|
DCIIA is pleased to share this collection of retirement-related videos. Have you recorded or viewed a video that you would like to see included in our resource library? Please contact us at email@example.com.
Warren Cormier, executive director of the DCIIA Retirement Research Center, appears in a segment on “Personalizing Communication About Retirement Income” along with DJI’s Jodie Gunzberg and DFA’s Tim Kohn.
Lew Minsky, DCIIA's president and CEO, was one of the questioners for this Asset TV "Hot Seat" feature with Roberta Rafaloff of MetLife, a DCIIA member. In it she outlines the importance of providing workplace retirement plans that are easy for sponsors to implement and for participants to understand.
Peg Knox, DCIIA COO and former plan sponsor, highlights DCIIA initiatives focused on helping plan sponsors.
Peg Knox, DCIIA COO and former plan sponsor, highlights key takeaways from a series of roundtable discussions with plan sponsors held throughout the U.S.
Peg Knox, DCIIA COO and former plan sponsor, asks plan sponsors to engage with the organization and outlines key DCIIA activities.
Carol Bogosian, the President of CAB Consulting and a member of the Society of Actuaries, discusses the behavioral trends of retirees.
Susan Gary, professor of law, the University of Oregon, discusses the common misconception that environmental, social and governance investing and socially responsible investing are synonymous.
Jeffrey Hales, professor of accounting, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, addresses the increasing investor demand for environmental, social and governance investing.
Mark Iwry, nonresident senior fellow at Brookings Institution and former special advisor to the Treasury Secretary, discusses the odds of revenue-neutral tax reform versus unfunded tax cuts this year.
DCIIA member and ERISA attorney David Levine, Principal at the Groom Law Group, discusses the implications of the proposal to end the tax advantaged status of 401(k) plans -- commonly referred to as "Rothification".
Neil Lloyd, the U.S. Defined Contribution Research Leader at Mercer Investment Consulting, Inc., discusses new research into retirement planning from academics and actuaries presented at the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association's Academic Forum.
Bonnie-Jeanne MacDonald, Senior Research Fellow, Ryerson University National Institute on Aging, calls the 70% income replacement rate too simplistic and not appropriate for everyone's needs in retirement and explains her alternative concept.
Timothy Rouse, executive director of The Spark Institute, explains his organization’s support for multi-employer plans, e-delivery of retirement plan documentation and auto features.