SG CIB completes longevity trade for Aegon

Deal with Dutch insurer Aegon marks French bank’s first major transaction in the longevity swap market

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Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) has completed its first major transaction in the longevity market, with the structuring and syndication of a €1.4 billion longevity swap deal for Dutch insurer Aegon.

The deal marks the second foray into the longevity swaps market by Aegon, having completed a €12 billion longevity swap with Deutsche Bank last year. The latest deal has a 20-year maturity, with a commutation reflecting an estimation of the remaining exposure at year 20. The

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