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Insights on Life Expectancy Convergence

Thursday, April 23, 2009
Eventually, we believe the only players in this industry; will be those that pursue a hold-to-maturity strategy when purchasing the policies.

A SQUARE :: 23Apr09 Insights on Life Expectancy Convergence
Category Life Settlements
Author Sona Blessing
One can then run independent actual to expected ratios on that data to determine what the adjustment factor to a mortality multiplier should be (based on specific classes of the insured’s sex, age, impairment etc.)
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