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What is Club Vita?

Longevity remains the biggest unmanaged risk for defined benefit (DB) pension funds. As funds mature, longevity deserves a proactive fund for its management, avoiding future regret on funding decisions, on investment strategy and on risk transfer.

Our mission

To improve later life financial well-being by promoting awareness of longevity risk and making its management transparent and efficient.

Our Vision

  • to enable financial institutions to understand and actively manage longevity risk
  • to modernise market practices and remove market frictions for longevity transfer
  • to improve access to cutting edge data-science tools and techniques

Our Community

Our primary relationships are with workplace pension funds in the UK, Canada and the US. On their behalf, we facilitate the accumulation and pooling of data underlying the longevity patterns of retirees with annuity benefits. Club member pension funds and their advisors use our analytics to understand their emerging longevity patterns, to drive more informed strategic decisions and to embed best-practice risk-management into their governance frameworks. 

Our secondary relationships are with financial institutions that manage longevity risk: insurers, reinsurers and asset managers. Our focus is on helping our clients offer attractive longevity risk protection products in a tech-enabled, efficient manner.   

Our current community includes over 400 pension funds, 7 pension advisory firms and 25 (re)insurers. Across our three clubs, we are tracking the survival patterns of a diverse population of over five million people with benefits in workplace pension funds.     

Company history

Company history

Club Vita was born in the UK in 2008. Our systems and processes were designed by a multi-disciplinary team, with a shared passion for “allowing the data to do the talking” by combining modern technology and statistical techniques. Following a successful UK launch, we went on to build similar communities in Canada (2015) and in the United States (2019).    

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