Credit Suisse looks to enter Dutch longevity market

Credit Suisse looks to Dutch longevity

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Investment bank Credit Suisse has confirmed its intention to join the list of providers including Aegon, SGCIB, Swiss Re and Scor looking to provide longevity de-risking solutions to the Dutch pension market.

The Netherlands, along with Germany and the Nordic region, has been touted as the next potential longevity market after the UK, and the publishing of a revised longevity table last summer has made it increasingly attractive to providers, according to Hugo James, managing director of the

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