longevity bond

Definition

A derivative that provides pension plans and annuity providers a hedge against the costs associated with rising longevity. The coupon payments on longevity bonds steadily decrease in correlation with the number of "survivors" in a given population. Eventually these payments reach zero. Also called survivor bond.
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long-dated option longevity derivatives