UK - The UK government should issue longevity bonds to help pension schemes and insurance companies address longevity risk, the Cass Business School said.
Cass Business School professor of pensions and economics, and director of the Pensions Institute David Blake said the government should set up a working party to carry out a cost benefits analysis to issue...
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