North East experts to collaborate on aging2.0 event
North East experts are set to collaborate to provide ‘Finance Focused’ advice at an Aging2.0 event, with the aim of raising awareness of the challenges and opportunities for innovation, that an aging population creates.
The free-to-attend event ‘Focus on Finance’, which will be held on 6 September, will see expert guest speakers provide insight and advice on the financial impact of the changing demographic and the longer lifespans associated with modern society.
Stephen Adair, partner of wealth management firm Broad Chare Partners LLP, will utilise his extensive expertise to discuss longevity and the effect that this has on retirement planning.
Additional speakers will include: John Vines, ideate lead and professor at Northumbria School of Design, Northumbria University; Paul Barber, CEO at Retirement Bridge; and Dr Lynn Corner, director of engagement at Newcastle University.
Founded in 2012 by Stephen Johnston and Katy Fike, Aging2.0 supports innovators taking on the biggest challenges and opportunities in aging. Aging2.0 is international, interdisciplinary and intergenerational and focuses on changing the conversation from 1.0 which focuses on local, clinical, siloed approaches; to 2.0 a collaborative, lifestyle-oriented, opportunity-driven approach.
Stephen Adair, partner of Broad Chare Partners, said of the event: “I am delighted to be joining fellow experts to provide insight and advice at this Aging2.0 event.
“I will discuss how longevity means different generations can help each other when it comes to effective and tax-efficient financial planning and as there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution, and the importance of professional advice.”
Over the past six years, Aging2.0 has hosted more than 550 events around the world and relies on volunteer chapters to build and connect its 25,000 person community in over twenty countries.
The free-to-attend event will be held on Thursday 6 September at the Maybrook House, Grainger Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, 5 – 7pm.
To sign up for this event visit: www.aging2.com.