Death is greatly exaggerated

You may have thought that one of the major concerns for life (re)insurers was the likelihood of policyholders dying.Yet the focus is changing, suggests Dr Wolf Becke, executive board member for life and health worldwide at Hannover Re: "The real risk in this market will not be mortality; it will be longevity." For as people live longer, (re)insurers will be gambling on the mortality of old people, who could end up living for decades."I think the future growth market of the 21st century will