CMI consults on update to projections model

Life expectancy assumptions will remain broadly the same as result of annual update

Jasmine Urquhart
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The CMI is proposing to keep the longevity assumption for this year broadly the same as last year
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The CMI is proposing to keep the longevity assumption for this year broadly the same as last year

The Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) has released a consultation on its annual update to its life expectancy model, ‘CMI_2023’.

The consultation proposes to keep cohort life expectancy assumptions at age 65 broadly the same as those in the previous year (CMI_2022), amounting to a one-week increase for women and a one week d...

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