Investment and asset risk management, along with liability modelling related to investment activity, is unique for insurers, underpinned as it is by stringent regulatory regimes, demanding portfolio risk policies, evolving reporting procedures, and analytical solutions. Here we provide insight and expert perspectives on how those responsible for asset risk management and liability modelling are meeting existing and emerging demands on their organisations

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The dangers facing financial institutions – an interview with the IMF
  • Wednesday, Sep 11, 2019

Jeffrey Franks, Director of the IMF Europe Office discusses the problems with geopolitical risk and how ageing economies could spell fiscal trouble for the UK and US.

Why CIOs are shifting towards private markets investing
  • Wednesday, Aug 28, 2019

Three Chief Investment Officers give their views on how decreasing IPOs and a shift towards private markets is changing their investment strategies.

How insurers are making sure asset management strategies are fit for purpose
  • Thursday, Aug 08, 2019

Two experts explain how insurance firms can make sure they choose the most effective investment objectives.

How insurers can find yield in a low interest rate environment
  • Thursday, Aug 08, 2019

Figures from Zurich and Gjensidige explain how they diversified investment risk to meet the challenges of a low yield economic environment.