Media Coverage Aug 2018
EPF advocates saving for the future
Technological advancements have changed our lives for the better, most people will agree. But really, how much happier and better off are we as a result. Is the younger generation of today enjoying higher standards of living and social security levels compared to that of their parents? It is the same in most parts of the world. Moving forward, what can be done to promise greater security for all? These and much more were discussed at the recent EPF-The Star Roundtable organised in conjunction with EPF’s International Social Security 2018 conference themed, “A Better Tomorrow” held earlier this month.
The roundtable panellists included dean at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore professor Danny Quah, founding director of the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford professor Ian Goldin, head of EPF Economics and Capital Markets department Nurhisham Hussein and futurist & senior associate at the Innovation Unit, London, David Price.