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The rapid pace of aging in Asia will lead to population and labour force declines, with significant impact to Asian economies and global markets.

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The percentage of retirees in ASEAN nations will almost double in less than 20 years, tripling over 40 years.

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There is a crucial link between wealth (existing and future) and how a country or territory is aging.

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Emphasis is usually on the accumulation of wealth in the decades leading up to retirement, but it is just as important to focus on the de-cumulation phase.

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Amid historically low bank deposit rates, substantial holding of cash deposits have become problematic for Asia households especially among the elderly.

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Longevity risk is a pressing concern in Asia as populations are not just aging rapidly, but are doing so in a context of increasing life expectancy.

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