Informed intermediation of longevity exposures

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Biffis, E.; Blake, D.;

We examine pension buyout transactions and longevity risk securitization in a common framework, emphasizing the role played by asymmetries in capital requirements and mortality forecasting technology. The results are used to develop a coherent model of intermediation of... View more
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