De-risking Breaks (More) Records

Pfeuti, Elizabeth
November 2014
AiCIO News;2014, p1
The article reports that de-risking activity of Great Britain pension funds has broken records as 8.5 billion U.S. dollars in assets and liabilities had been transferred to insurers or other third parties, as of September 2014. Topics discussed include views of Emma Watkins, partner at the consulting firm LCP, on year-end transactions, increase in popularity of longevity de-risking products, and views of Mark Paxton of the consulting firm Barnett Waddingham on the deals in 2014.


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