Colin Cookson, head of liquidity at Aviva Investors, explains how fund managers are evolving a more transparent approach to help clients understand exactly where their money is invested.
When companies compete for attention at events like Monte Carlo, they often forget the importance of the ‘corporate narrative’. Karen Morris describes an effective narrative and says it has more to do with tales around a campfire than slideshows and spreadsheets.
The machinery of the capital markets and insurance-linked securities are now working in harmony, observers say. Despite a drop in volumes during 2010, there are signs that investor appetite for ILS has turned a corner.
Industry perceptions towards technology have passed a tipping point, according to Juergen Petzold and Thomas Krapf. But the next step in the road of insurance evolution is not likely to be as straightforward as we might believe.
With so many insurance and reinsurance professionals in one place, the reinsurance rendez-vous in Monte Carlo lends itself to bold statements and extravagant stunts. Such grand gestures can seal the reputation of all those involved.
Aon Benfield explains why ReMetrica is ideal for Solvency II.
Barrie & Hibbert introduces its ESG modelling suite.
Preparing for Solvency II and deriving longer-term benefits from the work involved is pushing the envelope of software and business integration, says Peter England.
Christophe Burckbuchler, director, product management, outlines Moody’s Analytics’ Solvency II-compliant risk management solution.
Alex Bushel explains the benefits of Ultimate Risk Solutions’ Risk Explorer™ financial risk software.