CMI 'needs to zero weight' 2021 mortality data

‘Valuable’ data exists but this will need to be captured as the pandemic eases off

James Phillips
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Aon actuary and partner Tim Gordon

Aon actuary and partner Tim Gordon

Life expectancy models, including the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) tables, will need to exclude 2021 death data due to the Covid-19 pandemic, experts have said.

The unusual data from the "once in a century" event will need to be zero-weighted as it was for the 2020 models in order to not embed the experience into future liability projections. Speaking at the...

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