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Longevity risk debate: Particpants

Longevity risk debate: How pension schemes cope with an ageing population


Paul Kitson (PK) is a senior consultant at Watson Wyatt. He is chairman of its settlement consulting process group, which provides specialist advice on pension scheme risk mitigation transactions such as buy-out and mortality swaps. Paul has been lead adviser on a number of large pension scheme risk mitigation projects, advising on schemes from £50 million up to multi-billions in size. He is also a member of Watson Wyatt’s mortality specialist knowledge team.

Daniel Ryan (DR) is a senior consultant at Watson Wyatt. Over the past five years he has led a multi-disciplinary research group into understanding current mortality experience and estimating future longevity for the benefit of major UK insurers and reinsurers. He is a leading advocate of the use of patient medical databases and medical expert opinion to support and develop a disease-based approach to modelling mortality.

Andrew Reid (AR) is a director in the UK team of Credit Suisse’s life finance group.

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