With significant capital balances and tight business line margins, insurers need to ensure that they have access to liquidity, they maximise return on capital allocations, and are able to preserve cash valuations. This section offers insight from those charged with excellence in treasury, capital, liquidity, and cash management on the latest trends and market developments

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Why political uncertainty means that investors are having to prepare for the worst
  • Thursday, Sep 12, 2019

Fabrice Montagne, Chief UK and Senior European Economist, Barclays, discusses the biggest political risks facing insurers.

Why insurers are turning to alternative assets in a hunt for yield
  • Thursday, Sep 12, 2019

Ruth Farrugia, Head of EMEA Portfolio Management, MetLife explains why a low yield environment has seen a growing interest in alternatives.

Should CIOs think differently about illiquid investing?
  • Wednesday, Aug 28, 2019

Three Chief Investment Officers examine how rising rates might impact liquidity constraints.

How insurers can use alternatives to generate yield in a low rate environment
  • Tuesday, Aug 13, 2019

David Rule, Executive Director for Insurance Supervision at the Bank of England explores the role alternative investments can play.

How Solvency II is impacting the insurance asset management industry
  • Thursday, Aug 08, 2019

Eberhard Müller, Former Chief Risk Officer at Hannover Re, examines how solvency II regulations could impact insurance investment.

The decline of public markets and rise of private markets
  • Monday, Jul 15, 2019

Elisabeth de Fontenay, Associate Professor at Duke University discusses what a 30 year decline in IPOs in the US means for insurers.