We are pleased to share the announcement about our parent insurance group’s organization structure and brand in its home Canadian market.
What does it mean to you, a valued business partner of Canada Life Reinsurance? The same people in the same locations will continue to serve you, in fact, all reinsurance operations will keep their existing legal entity names and there are no immediate plans to change that. If anything, the new structure will make the financial strength and stability that we are proud to offer even more transparent.
As always we are delighted to hear from you if you would like to know more about this exciting development for our parent organization.
Jeff Poulin, Global Head, Canada Life Reinsurance: "I am pleased to announce this significant reinsurance transaction, which highlights our strength in working effectively with VIVAT to structure a longevity risk solution to efficiently manage their overall risk. This transaction adds to our diverse longevity reinsurance portfolio and demonstrates how, together with Arpian, we create large, complex and unique risk transfer structures backed by our financial strength to benefit our clients.”
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At the 2018 Valuation Actuary Symposium, Sheila Harney gave a presentation on how reinsurance can be used as a capital management tool for longevity risk. She addressed buy-ins, buy-outs, swaps, and use of captives in both the European and U.S. Pension Risk Transfer markets.