CMI Working Paper 66 contains a consultation on the proposed ‘S2’ graduations of the CMI SAPS mortality experience for the period 2004 to 2011 based on data collected by 30 June 2012
The mortality tables in the proposed mortality rates tables are issued as part of a consultation process and may change before final publication:
Erratum for Working Paper 66 (added 23 November 2013)
The threshold for the ‘Heavy’ Female Pensioners was misstated in Table B in section 5 of CMI Working Paper 66. This Erratum gives the corrected threshold.
CMI Working Paper 65 contains an analysis of the dataset for 2004 to 2011 which has been used for the proposed graduations
The mortality experience for this dataset is compared against the unadjusted ‘S1’ series tables and the ‘S1’ series tables projected with the CMI Mortality Projections Model, CMI_2011. Results are provided for the various pensioner categories, by calendar year and split into pension amount bands.
An Executive Summary is available for CMI Working Paper 65
The Executive Summary provides a brief synopsis of the working paper to give readers an insight into the analysis that is presented. It is a standalone document but the SAPS Mortality Committee encourages readers to refer to the full working paper, especially if using the results.
Summary files of the data for all classes of pensioner, males and females, including analyses split by pension amount are available
Please note that these files have been made available on the understanding that:
- although the CMI has made reasonable attempts to validate the data, its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and the CMI accepts no liability for its use;
- any published comment or analysis that should acknowledge the CMI as the source of the data.
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