The Gender Retirement Gap
We are fortunate to have Diane Garnick with us in San Francisco sharing the latest research on longevity and retirement. Hear surprising research on the gender gap in retirement needs and planning. Many people save for retirement through their employer, who in turn applies gender-neutral saving rates, investment choices, and spending strategies in retirement. Intuitively this creates a sense of fairness, but this intuition masks the reality that many women face. Lifetime earnings and spending in retirement are anything but average for women. Consequently, the challenges women face are arguably greater than those confronted by men. Join us to understand innovations and new developments in lifetime income solutions within defined contribution plans.
Diane Garnick, Managing Director & Chief Income Strategist, TIAA
Diane Garnick is a Managing Director and Chief Income Strategist at TIAA and Board Member at CFA Institute Research Foundation. In her role Diane manages the thought leadership across TIAA and CREF lifetime income offerings. An industry leader with two decades of experience structuring retirement and investment solutions, Ms. Garnick is responsible for advancing the strategy, development, and modernization of TIAA's lifetime income solutions across the firm’s portfolio of products and services. She is a practitioner of behavioral economics and quantitative finance including data science, reproducibility, and rigorous examination of interesting ideas. In this role she simplifies the complexities surrounding lifetime income products for the thousands of institutions and millions of individuals TIAA serves.
Ms. Garnick earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Hofstra University, and a master’s degree in finance & strategy from the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago.
View Diane Garnick's latest research paper "The Gender Retirement Gap"
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