Risk transfer volumes reached £27.9bn in 2022

Hymans Robertson research finds bulk annuity market could exceed £50bn this year

Jasmine Urquhart
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Hymans Robertson head of risk transfer James Mullins
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Hymans Robertson head of risk transfer James Mullins

The volume of buy-ins and buyouts reached £27.9bn last year, according to research from Hymans Robertson.

The research found that during 2022, the total number of transactions was at the highest level for almost ten years. It found if interest rates had been comparable to previous years, 2022 could ...

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