Optimal DC Plan Design: Applications of Behavioural Finance and Non-expected Utility Theories

Yumeng Zhang, United-Kingdom

This paper discusses the applications of behavioural finance to defined contribution (DC) pension plan design and the use of non-expected utility in the dynamic asset allocation. The author chooses the features that are particularly relevant to the work of pension actuaries and then explores these applications to DC pension scheme design
Date: 30 May - Time: 8:30 to 10:00 - Room: 253
Theme: 9.A. Various topics