The LLMA has been established as a not-for-profit venture in order to promote a liquid traded market in longevity and mortality-related risk.
The LLMA’s members are:
AVIVA, AXA, Deutsche Bank, J.P. Morgan, Legal & General, Morgan Stanley, Munich Re, Pension Corporation, Prudential PLC, RBS and Swiss Re.
Longevity expectations continue to increase across the developed world. As they do, defined benefit pension funds, a primary holder of this risk, are having to recognise it in their actuarial valuations. This increases their liabilities and puts their finances under further pressure.
LLMA today published 2011 Index Data for the Netherlands
The Life & Longevity Markets Association (“LLMA”) and Institute and Faculty of Actuaries today calls for proposals for a research project to develop an industry benchmark for understanding Longevity Basis Risk.
Invitation to tender for a research project to develop a method of assessing basis risk for longevity transactions for the Longevity Basis Risk Working Group (LBRWG).
The Index is a toolkit for measuring and managing longevity and mortality risk designed for pension plans, sponsors, insurers, reinsurers and investors.
We provide a toolkit for calculating the index that includes: