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How can you stop seeing regulatory change as an obstacle, and start seeing it as an opportunity? As regulators in the insurance sector increase their focus on risk management, insurers need to respond quickly to put new systems and processes in place.
By downloading this special report you will gain access to a collection of articles and case studies that focus on non-traditional assets.
European asset managers face significant regulatory challenges. The impact of new regulation will be substantial and will cause upheaval and change in the sector. This white paper summarises European and US areas of regulation that will impact European asset managers.
This white paper analyses the bond Solvency Capital Requirement as a risk measure, the effects of this risk measure on bond management within a return volatility-Value-at-Risk-SCR universe, and whether Solvency II will lead to a new bond hierarchy and arbitrage opportunities.
This article discusses how look-through approach can be used to improve risk management and capital efficiency for an insurance company investment in a pooled fund within the context of the requirements under Solvency II.
It looks like low interest rates are here to stay for some time. Insurance companies need to work out how to place their money and how to diversify, because there is little yield to be had at the front end of the curve. How investors can play a more active role in reviewing and structuring their…
The associated asset data challenges under Solvency II are more complex than some insurers think and should not be ignored, as Peter Luckhurst, senior product manager at BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, exposes.
The insurance industry is facing turbulent times and risk management is at the top of the agenda. This is particularly the case in Europe, where the introduction of Solvency II will drastically redesign the supervisory rules for regulatory capital for insurance companies.
Solvency II is a major regulatory theme for financial markets through 2011 and beyond. It will not only have an impact on insurance companies, but may also have wider repercussions across financial markets. …