Insuring an aging Britain

Published Nov 20th 2012

Several of Britain’s insurance companies have begun work on policies designed with “supercentarians” in mind – people who reach the age of 110. Reg Dean, Britain’s oldest man, recently reached the supercentarian milestone, and Otto Thorensen, director general of the Association of British Insurers, said that it will soon become “the norm” for people to live to 100 or more. More details are available from the Guardian here.

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