Around the world our populations are ageing.
By 2050 there will be more people aged 60 or over than aged 10-24 globally. Their global spending power is estimated to be worth up to $17tn USD. Those 60+ year olds are likely to be the primary carers for their 90+ parents.
Our understanding of biological ageing processes is improving and set to dramatically change how we manage the diseases of ageing. Life expectancy improvements are driving a thriving market in bulk annuities and longevity swaps. Wherever you play, ageing is having an impact.
The Longevity Leaders World Congress is the definitive global meeting with the mission of extending human health span, delivering healthy ageing and financial wellness in the context of longevity.
As three-conferences-in-one, it digs deeply into each facet while shared plenary and networking sessions provide opportunities for interdisciplinary exchange.
Ageing Science | Ageing Well | Longevity Risk
The congress for leaders in longevity science, technology, business and finance
‘This is time well spent… in terms of getting yourself properly immersed into what is possibly the most important debate in policy for the next 5-10 years’
Wilf Blackburn, Chief Executive Officer, Prudential Assurance Company Singapore
Managing Partner, Dementia Discovery Fund
Founder, Longevity Vision Fund
Managing Partner, Apollo Ventures
Professor, Buck Institute
Director, Institute for Aging Research, Albert Einstein School of Medicine
CEO, Stealth BioTherapeutics Inc
CEO, Navitor Pharmaceuticals
CMO, resTORbio, Inc.
Professor of Finance & Director of Pensions Institute, Cass Business School - City University of London
Aubrey de Grey
CSO, SENS Research Foundation; VP, AgeX Therapeutics
CEO, Centre for Ageing Better
Head of Insured Risk Research, Swiss Re Institute
Ageing Innovation Strategist, Jackie Marshall-Cyrus & Associates Ltd
Founder & CEO, PensionBee
Co-founder & CMO, Lumen
COO, Clara Pensions
Day 1: 21st April
Biotech CEO Forum
Poster Session I
The Science Of Ageing Conference
Corporate CEO Forum
Day 2: 22nd April
Poster Session II