Pensions Eye Longevity With Caution

Pension funds in the U.S. and Europe are becoming increasingly interested in longevity derivatives because of the high returns associated with the asset class, but they are wading in slowly, according to attendees at IQPC’s Life Settlements & Longevity Summit in New York.

  • 01 Oct 2009

--Zeke Faux

Pension funds in the U.S. and Europe are becoming increasingly interested in longevity derivatives because of the high returns associated with the asset class, but they are wading in slowly, according to attendees at IQPC’s Life Settlements & Longevity Summit in New York.

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