Covers the detailed theoretical and practical understanding of the operation and regulation of the superannuation and retirement funding schemes.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Describe the different design and products for retirement benefits and the associated factors that affect the choice and provision of these products.
- Perform actuarial calculations relating to defined benefit retirement schemes and describe the implications of these calculations.
- Examine the current issues facing retirement income provision for various stakeholders and review and communicate possible solutions.
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Discussion Forum Activities – 20%
Assignment – 20%
Examination – 60%
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10 hours / week
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