PPF offers potential £80 billion boost to longevity market

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The Pension Protection Fund (PPF), which offers a safety net to members of insolvent pension schemes, says it will consider offloading its longevity exposure as part of a strategy to derisk its portfolio by 2030 - potentially giving an £80 billion boost to the nascent sector.

Speaking as the PPF unveiled the details of its long-term funding strategy, Martin Clarke, its London-based executive director of financial risk, says in addition to being completely interest rate, inflation and market risk

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