PensionsFirst Capital assesses longevity swap options for pension schemes

Banks and insurers have led the way in originating and structuring the vast majority of longevity swap transactions to date, yet pension schemes are increasingly showing interest in hedging their longevity risk directly with the re-insurance market. In the latest issue of Investment & Pensions Europe, PensionsFirst Capital CEO Hugo James outlines that deciding on the most suitable counterparty to face, and the best way to do it, requires pension schemes to assess their options in terms of cost, counterparty credit risk, flexibility of collateral arrangements and how the potential deal may influence a future buyout.

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