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“Two’s a coincidence,” the old adage goes; “three’s a trend.” So when Goldman Sachs Group Inc. recently introduced a longevity and mortality index, it seemed to be the start of a movement. Goldman joined JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Credit Suisse First Boston in a drive to create a tradeable market for a new breed of derivatives that would hedge the risks associated with lengthening lifespans. The goal, explains Alex Dubitsky, head of Goldman’s longevity markets group, is to create transparent pricing for these newfangled instruments.

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