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Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HG
This paper contains an update to the study carried out by Verrall et al. (2006a,b). It examines the mortality assumptions used in the valuation of pension liabilities in a number of different countries. The results are considered in relation to the underlying population mortality rates, in order to isolate the strength of the mortality assumptions being applied. It is found that there is evidence of a lack of consistency between countries, and that this has not changed since the previous study.
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    • Booth, H. and Tickle, L. (2008). Mortality modelling and forecasting: a review of methods. Annals of Actuarial Science, 3, pp 3-43.
    • Dushi I., Friedberg, L. and Webb, T. (2010). The impact of aggregate mortality risk on defined benefit pension plans. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 9 (4), pp 481-503.
    • Pitacco, E. (2004). Survival models in a dynamic context: a survey. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 35 (2), pp 279-298.
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