London, UK [3rd March 2023] – Life Risk News, a leading source of information and insights on the life risk markets, is delighted to announce the release of the highly anticipated agenda for the upcoming Life Insurance Linked Securities Conference 2023. The conference, set to take place in London, promises to be a premier event for professionals interested in capital market participation in the longevity and mortality markets.

Scheduled to be held at the Canary Wharf offices of EY on Tuesday 23rd May, the Life ILS Conference will bring together prominent industry experts, thought leaders, investors, and key stakeholders to discuss and explore the latest trends, opportunities, and challenges today. The event will cover various crucial topics, including:

The Life Insurance Linked Securities Conference aims to facilitate insightful discussions, promote knowledge sharing, and encourage collaboration among industry participants. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain valuable insights from industry experts and engage in meaningful conversations that can shape the future of the life insurance linked securities market.

The conference is expected to attract a diverse audience, including professionals from life insurance companies, reinsurance firms, asset managers, investment banks, regulatory bodies, technology providers, and academia.

To register for the Life Insurance Linked Securities Conference or to obtain more information about the event, please visit Early bird registration is available until 30th April 2023.

Life Risk News is here to highlight capital market participation in the longevity and mortality markets.

Published by ELSA, Life Risk News is a source of news, commentary and analysis covering all aspects of macro and micro life risk transfer, from the life settlement market and other life insurance linked securities to longevity and pension risk transfer.

Life Risk News provides investors, managers, service providers, longevity and mortality risk holders with the latest insight on market trends and activities.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Christopher Wells, Managing Editor at Life Risk News

Further Information:

Chris Wells, +44 (0) 203 490 0271,

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