Value-in-force securitisation

Lehman Brothers talks to Life & Pensions about the issues surrounding securitisation in the current economic climate

Life & Pensions: Value-in-force (ViF) securitisation is one of several tools currently available that allow insurers to efficiently use their capital allocation, but, as it is based on the monetisation of future profits, is it not really just an option for thinly capitalised companies?

To answer this question fully you need to look at the economic climate since the turn of the millennium and the consequent change of focus in capital management that has occurred in this time. As the pressures on

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