Covering a range of topics including: Market updates, pension scheme derisking and longevity views
4 Sep 2020
Legal & General Assurance Society Limited (“Legal & General”) today announces the launch of ‘Institutional Insights’, a fortnightly podcast series giving an insight into the Legal & General Retirement Institutional (LGRI) global division and covering a range of Pension Risk Transfer (PRT) topics.
The first episode, featuring Chris DeMarco, the Managing Director of our UK PRT business and George Palms, President of Legal & General Retirement America provides a unique overview of our global PRT business. After looking at the first half of the year and discussing the impact of Covid-19, they look ahead to what lies in store for the UK and US PRT markets in 2020 and beyond.
The episodes feature LGRI’s experts, discussing their views on the key trends in 2020. LGRI is the UK’s longest serving active bulk annuity provider, having completed its first transaction in 1987, and has written more UK business than any other insurer.
A new episode will be posted to Legal & General’s PRT website on a fortnightly basis starting from the 04 September.
‘Institutional Insights’ is available to subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.
Laura Mason, CEO, Legal & General Retirement Institutional: "Our podcast, ‘Institutional Insights’, will give listeners an insight into how we do business, provoke thought and provide analysis of current trends. Our many experts have years of experience in Pension Risk Transfer, and we hope that their knowledge can help those responsible for providing security for pension scheme members."
Notes to editors
Established in 1836, Legal & General is one of the UK’s leading financial services groups and a major global investor, with international businesses in the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia. With almost £1.3 trillion in total assets under management*, we are the UK’s largest investment manager for corporate pension schemes and a UK market leader in pension risk transfer, alternative asset origination, life insurance, workplace pensions and retirement income. Through inclusive capitalism, we aim to build a better society by investing in long-term assets that benefit everyone.
* at 30 June 2021