|Working Paper 161||“All offices” experience of pension annuities in payment in 2020 and indicative analysis of experience to mid-2021 (Issue date: 28/03/2022)|
|Working Paper 155||Mortality experience of enhanced annuities in 2011-2019 and indicative analysis of experience to 30 June 2020 (Issue date: 15/10/2021)|
|Working Paper 148||Additional analysis of the experience of pension annuities in payment in 2015-2020 (Issue date:16/04/2021)|
|Working Paper 145||“All offices” experience of pension annuities in payment, 2016-2019 (Issue date: 23/12/2020)|
|Working Paper 140||Indicative analysis of pensioner annuitant mortality to 30 June 2020 (Issue date: 09/10/2020)|
|Working Paper 138||
Experience of pension annuities in payment with IMD fields, 2015-2018 (Issue date: 25/09/2020)
|Working Paper 134||Final “16” Series pension annuities in payment mortality tables (Issue date: 10/07/2020)|
|Working Paper 133||"All offices" experience of life annuities, 2013-2018 (Issue date: 12/06/2020)|
|Working Paper 130||Proposed “16” Series pension annuities in payment mortality tables (Issue date: 16/04/2020; Response date 29/05/2020)|
|Working Paper 128||“All offices” experience of pension annuities in payment, 2015-2018 (Issue date: 17/12/2019)|
|Working Paper 117||"All offices" experience of pension annuities in payment, 2011-2016 (v01 issue date: 31/01/2019; v02 issue date 14/08/2019)|
|Working Paper 112||Additional analyses of the experience of pension annuities in payment, 2011-2014 (Issue date: 02/11/2018; Reissue date: 01/02/2019)|
|“All offices” experience of pension annuities in payment, 2011-2014 (Issue date: 27/07/2017; Reissue date: 01/02/2019)|
|Mortality experience of enhanced annuities in 2007-2010 (Issue date 17/12/2015)|
|Final '08' Series annuities tables (Issue date 30/06/2015)|
|Proposed '08' Series annuities tables (Issue date: 06/03/2015; Response date: 10/04/2015)|
|The All Offices annuity experience for the 2007-2010 quadrennium (Issue date: 18/10/2013; Response date: N/A)|
|CMI life office mortality 'per policy' results: consultation on the future format of results (Issue date: 30/9/2011; Response date: 30/11/2011)|
|CMI life office mortality 'per policy' results: the initial methodology and format (Issue date: 30/9/2011)|
|Consultation on the proposed methodology for the analysis of CMI 'per-policy' mortality data (Issue date: 30/04/2010)|
|CMI life office mortality experience 2003-2006 (Issue date: 10/12/2009)|
|Extensions to younger ages of the "00" series pensioner tables of mortality (Issue date: 20/04/2007)|
|The graduation of the CMI 1999-2002 mortality experience: final "00" series mortality tables (Issue date: 01/08/2006)|
|The graduation of the CMI 1999-2002 mortality experience: proposed annuitant and pensioner graduations (Issue date: 28/09/2005)|
|Responses to Working Paper 3 (Issue date: 26/01/2005)|
|Considerations for the graduation of the 1999-2002 mortality experience (Issue date: 20/08/2004)|
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