Filed Under:Markets, Boomer Market

Latin Americans face steep retirement challenges, says LIMRA CEO

More than three quarters of pre-retirees in Latin American countries worry they will be unable to retire comfortably and are uncertain that they will be able to afford day-to-day needs in retirement. Additionally, nearly half of pre-retirees think they only need to plan for 20 years or less or don’t know at all.

These findings were shared by Robert A. Kerzner, president and CEO of LIMRA, LOMA and LL Global, with more than 500 Latin American insurance executives at a meeting this summer in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil.

Featured Video

Most Recent Videos

Prospects not listening to voice mail? Arrange a phone date

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

Redesigning your phone life is more important than finding the “best words” for a voice mail in today’s culture.

Behind the scenes with Vicki Gunvalson [VIDEO]

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

In this exclusive interview, Vicki Gunvalson shares how she built a $15 million a year annuity business by planning for...

Regulator: Market may need to reinvent LTCI

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

Cioppa says Maine's governor wants to spur the creation of better products.

Dementia: It's more than Alzheimer's

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

An association calls for policymakers to remember lesser-known neurodegenerative conditions.

Related resources

More Resources

Comments

Power your business with up-to-the-minute insurance news, analysis, and best practices from LifeHealthPro Daily eNewsletter – FREE.

Power your business with LifeHealthPro Daily eNewsletter – FREE.

Enter a valid email address.
Close
Nichole Morford

Nichole Morford
Managing Editor

Thank you for subscribing to LifeHealthPro Daily!

Check Out More eNewsletters Now! Close

Advertisement. Closing in 15 seconds.