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UK Pension and Insurance Providers’ Risk and Liabilities in Turbulent Brexit Times

December 02, 2019Brexit, UK, European Union
The past few years have been eventful in the UK Life/Pension markets. Brexit, new legislation and economic uncertainty have put increasing pressure on insurers and pension providers, stressing margins and increasing risks and liabilities. Is the longevity risk transfer market keeping pace? Keep reading »

Bigger & Better? The US Life, Annuity & Pension Markets and Their Longevity Risk

November 07, 2019map of the US with flag
The US life/annuity and pension markets are the largest in the world, as is the longevity risk they are exposed to. Financial conditions in the US have increased risk and liabilities even further, creating an acute need for creative de-risking solutionsKeep reading »

The Asian Longevity Risk Transfer Market Is the Next Emerging Market

October 17, 2019singapore, night panorama
A rapidly growing middle class and a spike in life expectancy, along with little-to-no governmental solutions, has left the Asian population searching for solutions for their ageing population in the private insurance and pension sector, presenting a huge opportunity for Longevity Risk Transfer solution providersKeep reading »

A Quick Overview of the European Longevity Risk Transfer Market

September 26, 2019euro, old couple, longevity risk transfer market, pension
Longevity Risk Transfer began in the UK (which is still currently in Europe until further notice). Since then, the UK and the Netherlands have dominated the landscape, but new players have been emerging in recent years, opening new risk management opportunitiesKeep reading »

AI, Machine Learning and the Risk Modeling Revolution

September 12, 2019machine learning, AI, insurtech
AI and machine learning technologies are transforming risk modeling. Automation, the capacity to process large amounts of data and the ability to constantly learn and adjust make these technologies an invaluable asset in the insurance spaceKeep reading »