Covid-19 has resulted in the heaviest annual fall in UK mortality improvements in nearly a century. This leaves trustees and sponsors facing additional uncertainty and complexity when assessing the life expectancy of their pension scheme members.
Join our webinar where we will discuss the practical implications for schemes, helping you make better informed decisions in an important area of scheme management.
You’ll hear from our expert speakers, Will Rice and Simon Bramwell from Barnett Waddingham, as well as our guest speaker, Stuart McDonald, Head of Demographic Assumptions and Methodology from Lloyds Banking Group.
Key topics discussed
• It’s been an unprecedented year for mortality. How could this impact pension schemes?
• We assess the outcome of the latest CMI Mortality Improvements Projection model.
• How should you approach discussions on setting life expectancy assumptions?
• Our practical case studies will look at potential outcomes from valuation discussions.
About our guest speaker
Stuart McDonald, Lloyds Banking Group
Stuart is Head of Demographic Assumptions and Methodology for Lloyds Banking Group, where his multi-disciplinary team are responsible for assumptions about policyholder health and behaviour.
These are used for pricing, risk management and valuation of around £170 billion of pension and annuity policies.More about Stuart