Schemes struggling to develop strategies for managing longevity risk

Jonathan Stapleton

Sponsors and trustees are struggling to develop strategies for managing longevity risk, MetLife Assurance says.

The insurance firm said sponsors and trustees believe that they are not managing longevity risk effectively, despite an estimated £1trn of assets being exposed. MetLife's UK pension risk behavio...

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