Unique structure of Aegon deal aims to standardise longevity risk

The unique structure utilised within the recently completed Aegon longevity risk transfer transaction has been developed in the hope of bringing some standardisation, transparency and more deal flexibility to the longevity hedging market. The successful completion of the transaction, which was covered on Wednesday, saw Aegon transfer €1.4 billion of longevity read the full article →

Aegon in €1.4Bn longevity risk transfer to capital markets and reinsurers

Insurer Aegon has announced the completion of its second longevity risk transfer transaction to capital markets investors and reinsurers today. The deal sees Aegon transfer €1.4 billion of longevity risk to third-party investors and reinsurers including SCOR. It's the second large longevity swap transaction from Aegon, after the insurer completed a read the full article →

RMS conducts risk analysis for record capital markets longevity swap

Risk Management Solutions (RMS) have announced that they conducted mortality and longevity risk analysis for the recently completed €12 billion longevity swap involving Aegon and Deutsche Bank. As we wrote on Friday here, the record-breaking longevity risk transfer transaction saw Aegon offload €12 billion of their Netherlands longevity risk to read the full article →

Aegon and Deutsche Bank in record €12 billion longevity swap deal

The largest publicly reported longevity swap (that we're aware of) has been announced today between Aegon and investment bank Deutsche Bank. The €12 billion deal see's Aegon partially offset the risk of future increases in the Netherlands and they say that as a result of this capital markets longevity swap read the full article →

Aegon net profits hit by longevity risk provisioning

Dutch based insurer Aegon reported first quarter profits were down 12% as it posted lower investment returns, was hit by administrative charges in the UK and set aside funds to manage increasing life expectancy risk in the Netherlands. Aegon have had to increase provisioning for longevity risks as increased life read the full article →