Pensions firm Club Vita launches longevity site
Software development house Company Net, working in creative partnership with Surrey-based B2B and B2C marketing agency DNX, has produced a new website for Club Vita.
The site harnesses the CMS capability of the Microsoft SharePoint 2007 platform. It also uses a scrolling and navigation mechanism to graphically depict the flow of de-risking the pension process – Club Vita’s specialist area of expertise. This is augmented by irreverent illustration based around interactive pages. The Club Vita Vitamins newsletter is available via sign-up.
Club Vita is the only company dedicated to providing longevity services to occupational pension schemes. Longevity is the biggest unmanaged risk for many pension schemes and Club Vita harnesses the collective evidence from its members’ schemes. This body of evidence is unique in its size, history, relevance and detail and enables organisations to take control of the risk within their schemes.
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The Club’s approach improves on traditional, outdated models for assessing longevity. This greater clarity enables schemes to take decisions with confidence, whether they are considering funding levels, investment strategies or risk transfer and insurance options.
Club Vita was founded by the pensions, investment and benefits consultants Hymans Robertson in 2008, and has already worked with over 100 of the UK’s biggest pension schemes, with assets totalling over £150bn, enabling them to understand and take control of longevity risk.
Hymans Robertson is one of the longest established independent consulting and actuarial firms in the UK, employing some 500 staff in London, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Birmingham.
Company Net is a design and software development house dedicated to building upon the Microsoft platform.