How long pensioners are going to live is one of the key considerations when analysing the financial position of a defined benefit pension plan.

Selecting a mortality assumption can be a challenge for trustees making funding decisions and for company directors when preparing their financial statements.

We assist in selecting appropriate mortality assumptions by explaining the issues, analysing the key characteristics of the pension plan members that help predict life expectancy and illustrate the financial impact of the alternative assumptions.

We also advise on the range of rapidly developing options available to manage mortality risk.

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