Towers Watson Releases Latest Mortality Study for Life Insurers

Newest version of the study includes predictive modeling analysis, spans five-year period from 2006 to 2010.

October 25, 2012

Justin Stephani

New predictive model analysis showed that expected mortality levels by plan are not as large as the traditional analysis would suggest, indicating that other correlated variables explain the difference, according to Towers Watson’s newest study, titled “The Older Age Mortality Study 3” (TOAMS 3), the company’s third study of U.S. life insurance industry mortality.

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