Some things only make sense in the aggregate. The issue of longevity is a prime example. While longer life spans is one of the unalloyed successes of the preceding century, the aggregate impact of aging populations also represents a major challenge for governments and insurance companies.

A new report from Swiss Re, “A Window into the Future: Understanding and Predicting Longevity,” examines why rising life expectancy has been consistently underestimated, in recent decades and how insurers can craft better models to better understand the issue.

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