‘S1’ series of mortality tables for assured lives, annuitants and pensioners
S1PFL All pensioners (excluding dependants), Female, Lives
S1PFA All pensioners (excluding dependants), Female, Amounts
S1PFA_L All pensioners (excluding dependants), Female, Amounts, Light
S1PFA_H All pensioners (excluding dependants), Female, Amounts, Heavy
S1PML All pensioners (excluding dependants), Male, Lives
S1PMA All pensioners (excluding dependants), Male, Amounts
S1PMA_L All pensioners (excluding dependants), Male, Amounts, Light
S1PMA_H All pensioners (excluding dependants), Male, Amounts, Heavy
S1DFL Dependants, Female, Lives
S1DFA Dependants, Female, Amounts
S1DFA_L Dependants, Female, Amounts, Light
S1DFA_H Dependants, Female, Amounts, Heavy
S1NFA Normal Health pensioners, Female, Amounts
S1NFA_L Normal Health pensioners, Female, Amounts, Light
S1NFA_H Normal Health pensioners, Female, Amounts, Heavy
S1NMA Normal Health pensioners, Male, Amounts
S1NMA_L Normal Health pensioners, Male, Amounts, Light
S1NMA_H Normal Health pensioners, Male Amounts, Heavy
S1IFA Ill-health pensioners, Female, Amounts
S1IMA Ill-health pensioners, Male, Amounts

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