Banned vaping products would not impact UK pricing

IFoA responds to vaping story

Adam Saville
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Institute and Faculty of Actuaries says it is important to distinguish between UK and US rules

Last week we reported on a Reuters article revealing that three major reinsurers had issued updated guidance urging life insurers to be more cautious around pricing for some vapers, following a slew of e-cigarette related deaths in the US (a total that has reached 47). The types of vapers mentioned included younger users (under 25) and those exposed to substances considered more toxic which are legal in the States, such as Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannibis oil. The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has since told COVER that is "important to distinguish between different ...

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