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Platinum Sponsors and UNSW Industry Research Partners

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PricewaterhouseCoopers provides industry-focused assurance, tax and advisory services to build public trust and enhance value for our clients and their stakeholders. More than 163,000 people in 151 countries across our network share their thinking, experience and solutions to develop fresh perspectives and practical advice.

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Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority APRA) is the prudential regulator of the Australian financial services industry. It oversees banks, credit unions, building societies, general insurance and reinsurance companies, life insurance, friendly societies, and most members of the superannuation industry. APRA is funded largely by the industries that it supervises. It was established on 1 July 1998. APRA currently supervises institutions holding approximately $3.6 trillion in assets for 22 million Australian depositors, policyholders and superannuation fund members.

Gold Sponsor

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Australian Institute of Population Ageing Research (AIPAR)

AIPAR has been developed within UNSW as an umbrella for research initiatives focused on population ageing and demographic transition. It is unique globally in incorporating research teams covering health, labour, economic, financial and technology related issues by harnessing expertise from the fields of business, social sciences, engineering, medicine and the built environment. AIPAR works closely with industry leaders, including corporate and government partners the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia and Australian government agencies. In conjunction with these partners, AIPAR undertakes research and stimulates debate about the challenges raised by global population ageing, develops ideas for new products, formulates policy proposals and encourages partnerships with other research institutions in Australia and overseas.

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As the leading firm in the US secondary market for life insurance, Coventry provides institutions seeking uncorrelated performance and low volatility with unrivaled access to the US longevity market. Our integrated platform consolidates structuring, servicing and origination of longevity-based assets under one roof, providing institutions with efficient access to this truly alternative asset class. Coventry has structured, serviced and originated more than $30 billion in longevity-related transactions. With offices in Philadelphia, London, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Sydney, our global distribution platform and deep structuring expertise offers a range of custom solutions to counterparties worldwide. By uniquely bridging capital and insurance markets, Coventry is redefining insurance for investors and consumers alike. To date, we have delivered more than $3 billion to US policyowners for their unneeded or underperforming life insurance policies.

Silver Sponsor

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Swiss Re

Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd (Swiss Re) is a leading and highly diversified global reinsurer. The company operates in more than 20 countries. Founded in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1863, Swiss Re offers financial services products that enable risk-taking essential to enterprise and progress. The Australia and New Zealand business provides life and property and casualty reinsurance solutions, as well as insurance and specialty services. Swiss Re has been an active participant in the ongoing debate on the provision of longevity risk protection. This has seen the execution of transactions in recent years to cover the longevity risk of annuities and pension fund, both in Australia and in UK.

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Institute of Actuaries of Australia

The Institute is the sole professional body for actuaries in Australia. It is the public face of a respected profession, which represents the interests of its members within government, the business community and the general public. This is achieved through the activities of members in their roles as Institute Councillors and members of professional committees and taskforces.

Committed to serving the public interest by maintaining the quality, integrity and high professional standards of practising actuaries, the Institute has established a Code of Professional Conduct requiring the development and review of Professional Standards. A disciplinary process has been established to enforce adherence to this Code and the Standards.

The Institute fosters growth within the profession by providing pre-qualification education services to aspiring actuaries and conducts a program of continuing professional development for its members.

The actuarial profession’s continuing objective is to position the profession so that, wherever there is uncertainty of future financial outcomes, actuaries are sought after for their valued advice and authoritative comment. More information about the Institute can be found on our website

Become a Sponsor

The International Longevity Risk and Capital Markets Solutions Conference is the major international conference bringing together leading international industry and academic minds as well as policy makers to meet and discuss not only the assessment of longevity risk, but also the market and government developments and responses needed by pension funds and insurance companies to manage this risk.

The upcoming conference in Sydney Australia on 9 and 10 September is the Sixth following the highly successful events over the last 6 years in London, Chicago, Taipei, Amsterdam, New York and now Sydney. Given the attractive location, attendance at the Sydney conference is expected to be strong including participants from Asia, UK, Europe and the Americas.

The key themes of Longevity 6 are "Reinsurance and Financial Markets Solutions" and "Government Role, Public and Private Market Solutions". There will be plenary sessions on each of these themes and a Panel discussion on the latter.

You are invited to sponsor the upcoming Longevity 6 Conference in Sydney Australia. Sponsorship is used to cover costs including the reception, dinner, lunches and refreshment breaks to allow an attractive registration fee to be charged and to support speakers with papers accepted for presentation through waiver of the registration fee.

If you would like to sponsor the Conference, require more information or wish to discuss sponsorship opportunities then please contact Professor Michael Sherris, Australian School of Business, UNSW at