Pension de-risking: practical steps for supporting transactions

Presented by

Mark Austin (Northern Trust), Tom Seecharan (KPMG), Brendan Maton

About this talk

As a means of helping ease the burden of pension liabilities, de-risking transactions remain high on the agendas of corporate sponsors and trustees. When considering de-risking, principal focus is often justifiably spent on identifying the correct solution for the best price. However, other factors also deserve similar focus – transactions such as pension buy-ins or the use of longevity swaps often involve considerable complexity, with the resulting collateral structures persisting long after deal completion. We invite you to join this webinar, in which we will explore these issues further. After assessing current trends in de-risking, we will focus on how three specific types of transaction – the collateralised buy-in, the use of longevity reinsurance or swaps, and the trapped surplus vehicle – can be supported. Though this session, we aim to equip pension managers, trustees and corporate sponsors with a further understanding of the timeframes involved in these transactions – and share experiences of how deals have been successfully executed.

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