Longevity hedging most popular tool in endgame planning

James Phillips
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Schemes are increasingly looking at longevity hedging as part of their de-risking process, according to a survey by Insight Investment.

This option was more than twice as popular than other tools, such as partial buy-ins or seeking additional sponsor contributions. Of the 43 UK defined benefit (DB) schemes interviewed - all of w...

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