Heightened appetite expected for 2022 bulk annuity market

Research found 2021 bulk annuity market volumes are recovering after a slow start

Holly Roach
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BW said a 'healthy level of activity' is likely to continue into 2022
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BW said a 'healthy level of activity' is likely to continue into 2022

The bulk annuity market is set for a “positive” 2022 as a heightened appetite among certain insurers is expected in the early part of the year, according to Barnett Waddingham.

The consultant's analysis found 2021 is "a year of distinct halves", and despite the "slower than anticipated" star to the year - in which just £7.7bn of buy-ins and buyouts were completed - the second...

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