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\saɪd\ \kɑr\

A reinsurance structure designed to allow capital to be invested in longevity risk by external investors.

Typically, it is set up with short timescales – around 2-3 years – and is can be fully settled after that period. Some hope such structures will become popular with capital markets and extend the market’s capacity for longevity insurance.

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