Interview: Amy Kessler, Prudential Retirement

A novel by a Nobel prizewinner from Portugal is premised on what is perhaps the ultimate nightmare for the global pensions industry. José Saramago’s Intermitências da Morte is based in an unnamed country where, on 1 January, people mysteriously stop dying

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