Insurance Quick Takes | A new video series for insurers
In Wellington’s new video series Insurance Quick Takes, Head of Insurance Multi-Asset Strategy Tim Antonelli aims to help insurers navigate key trends and events at the intersection of the insurance industry and capital markets.
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Expert: Tim Antonelli, CAIA, CFA, FRM, SCR, Head of Insurance Multi-Asset Strategy and Portfolio Manager
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In Wellington’s new video series Insurance Quick Takes videos, Head of Insurance Multi-Asset Strategy, Tim Antonelli aims to help insurers navigate key trends and events at the intersection of the insurance industry and capital markets.
Please explore our three new videos below and be sure to check out our Insurance Quick Takes collections page where we will continue to publish new videos.
Insurance Quick Takes: A look at the future landscape of US insurance climate risk oversight
Tim Antonelli discusses the main points of a recent report published by the Federal Insurance Office (FIO), and the importance and impact to US insurers and insurance climate risk oversight.
Insurance Quick Takes: Understanding the latest shifts in mortality and longevity
Tim Antonelli recent trends and patterns on mortality and longevity, why this topic is important for global insurers of all types and sizes today, and potential opportunities.
Insurance Quick Takes: Unpacking potential impacts of newly proposed NAIC regulations
Tim Antonelli analyses the potential impact for US insurers of a recent proposal that could allow the NAIC's security valuation office to override ratings of investments.