U.S. slips to 17th in retirement security index

Source: Meaghan Kilroy, Pensions & Investments, July 19, 2017

The U.S. ranks 17th globally in retirement security, down three spots from last year, the Natixis Global Asset Management 2017 Global Retirement Index shows. The index, launched in 2013, assesses how well retired citizens live in various nations across four broad categories — health, finances, material well-being and quality of life. The 2017 index was released Wednesday. Forty-three countries with developed retirement systems were assessed in 2017, the same number as last year. Natixis, in a report accompanying this year’s release, attributed part of the decline in the U.S. ranking to “lagging life expectancy and a growing gap in economic opportunity.”….

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2017 Global Retirement Index
Source: Natixis Global Asset Management, July 2017