Restricting access to health data creates competition issue

Published in: Risk, Risk management, Longevity - mortality, UK

Companies: HSCIC, IFoA, Barnett Waddingham, Towers Watson

Changing rules on access to UK national health data may have consequences for actuarial research and could make it harder to develop new products – and for new entrants to break into life insurance markets. Christopher Cundy reports

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