Deutsche Bank has demonstrated its expertise in longevity risk management, with major transactions completed in the last year.
In February 2012, it completed a swap transaction that hedged risk on €12 billion (£9.5 billion) for Dutch insurer Aegon, which was the biggest longevity hedge ever done by a corporate.
The Aegon transaction was the first significant risk transfer of longevity risk to the capital markets. It was also the first major longevity risk transfer linked to population statistics
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