Updating mortality tables can impact the optics of a buy-out from a plan sponsor's perspective.
Prudential has announced its first longevity reinsurance transaction with the UK-based insurer
This industry insight report and survey examines the changing dynamics of the pension de-risking marketplace.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced its purchase of group annuity contracts from The Prudential Insurance Company of America and Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company that will reduce the company’s pension liabilities by approximately $2.5 billion.
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From the Cleveland Public Library pension risk transfer agreement in 1928, to the $34.4 billion in DB plan liabilities transferred to Prudential in 2014, plan sponsors have been turning to Prudential for innovative risk transfer solutions for over 85 years.Learn more about our history
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Awareness of pension risk is increasing, yet the number of large companies implementing risk transfer solutions remains modest. Contributing to this hesitancy are five key misconceptions impeding sponsors from divesting pension obligations. This paper explores these myths in detail, demonstrates why they are false, and provides clarity around each.View More About The Five Myths Holding Back Plan Sponsors: Reducing Pension Risk
With the increase in life expectancy intensifying the pressure on global defined benefit pension plans, plan sponsors must now bear the burden of managing longevity risk while still providing employees with retirement security. This article explores the cause and effect of improving mortality and its significant impact on pension plans.View More About Life, Death & the Numbers
Improved market conditions and funded status levels have created attractive—yet potentially fleeting—opportunities for pension de-risking. Waiting for additional advancements in funded status is a flawed strategy, as sponsors aren’t compensated for bearing this risk. For firms with well-funded plans, the time to prepare to transfer risk is now.View More About Is Now the Right Time to De-Risk?
Risk transfer agreements enable plan sponsors to mitigate or remove risk from their pension plans. Accomplishing a transaction can be a straightforward experience by following a structured process and partnering with an experienced insurer. This paper outlines the steps involved in the most comprehensive form of risk transfer: the buy-out.View More About Preparing for Pension Risk Transfer Webinar