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Exaxe | Life & Pensions Blog

Government is ignoring longevity risk with pension reform

The OECD has made a diplomatic intervention to critique mildly the UK government’s abolition of the annuitisation rules for pensions. One does not have to be Sherlock Holmes to spot the clues that reveal that the OECD is actually aghast at the extent of the change. This policy runs against the policy they have been …

Global insurer goes live with Exaxe software solution Illustrate Plus

NEWS RELEASE: Dublin, Ireland, 27th May 2014. “We are delighted to announce one of our newly acquired customers’ has gone live with Exaxe’s flagship product Illustrate Plus. As a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management, our customer requires its software to be of equal standard to allow it to deliver the best and most …

TechLife Exaxe Newsletter: May / June 2014

The May / June print edition of TechLife is now available online. TechLife is published every quarter and is filled with news, opinion pieces, white papers and information on legislative changes within the life and pensions industry in the UK and abroad. If you wish to receive a hard copy of TechLife delivered straight to …

Actuarial Post: Are your systems too interlinked for independence?

This article was originally commissioned for the May/June edition of the Actuarial Post. The forthcoming referendum on Scottish independence is exercising the minds of the great and the good in Westminster. The business community is also weighing in on the arguments and to date has focused on the dangers that might result from a vote …

When the eternal optimism of youth is dangerous

A recent survey by Blackrock’s Global Investor Pulse showed that young people aged between 25 and 34 have a stark problem. They believe they need at least £54,000 to live on in retirement. That’s fine; except for the fact that they also believe they need to accumulate a lump sum of £375,500 in order to …

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