CMI Working Paper 126 was published in November 2019. The working paper presents an analysis of the mortality experience of data received by 30 June 2019, covering the period 2011 to 2018.
Working Paper 126 is available to Authorised Users only.
The paper compares the mortality experience for this dataset against the unadjusted "S3" Series tables and the "S3" Series tables projected with the CMI Mortality Projections Model (CMI_2018). Results are provided for the various pensioner categories, by calendar year and split into pension amount bands.
Summary files of the data
Files used in the analysis are available below. 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 should acknowledge the CMI as the source of the data.
The data is available to download as a zip file. Data for the tables and charts in the report can be found in “CMI Working Paper 126 Data for Tables and Charts v01 2019-11-28xls”. In addition, exposed to risk and death data by individual age and year are published for Pensioners and Dependants – these can be found in the other two spreadsheets included in the zip file.
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