Volatility Doesn’t Have to Spell Retirement Planning Trouble

Inflation, rising rates and market gyrations can actually make this a good time to clarify your vision for the future and ensure your portfolio matches those goals and protects against risk.

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The past year has given investors plenty of reasons to worry about their retirement savings. While fear is an understandable response to the perfect storm of inflation, rising interest rates, bank failures and market volatility, current economic conditions also provide an opportunity for people to step back and ensure they are well-positioned for the future.

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Chris Blunt
President and CEO, F&G

For more than 30 years, Chris Blunt has held senior leadership positions at several major insurance and financial services companies. He joined F&G in 2019 and currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer. Prior to that, he served as Chief Executive Officer at Blackstone Insurance Solutions and spent nearly 13 years at New York Life in a variety of executive roles.