This article was updated in September 2021
With just three minutes to give a compelling presentation on her thesis topic and its significance, CEPAR PhD candidate Doreen Kabuche presented her research on Longevity Risk: Retirement Product Innovation and Risk Management Strategies at the recent UNSW Business School 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition Heat.
Doreen Kabuche, who is supervised by CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Michael Sherris and Associate investigators A/Professor Jonathan Ziveyi and Dr Andres Villegas, has won the third place and will now represent the Business School at the UNSW interfaculty final competition on 30 August.
3MT is an academic competition for postgraduate research students. Participants have just three minutes to explain what they are researching, how they are doing it, and why it is important.
Higher Degree Research students representing all UNSW faculties will present their research in a tight 3-minute timeframe at the UNSW interfaculty final in August.
Watch Doreen's 3MT video below or on YouTube.
Longevity risk: retirement product innovation and risk management strategies - Doreen Kabuche
"My thesis is about designing new retirement products to manage longevity risk and other financial risks at old ages, such as market and health risks."