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IAIS 2022: bringing the party back to insurance

June's meeting of international regulators was a sunny affair in an idyllic setting. Even the ever-lurking shadow of the ICS couldn't spoil the party after two years of isolation. Sarfraz Thind reports

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Aon: Guiding insurers on natural catastrophe risk

Steve Bowen, head of catastrophe insight at Aon, and Sami Pant, senior scientist at the insurance solutions and advisory company, explain why natural catastrophe risk is so important for insurers

FIS: Future modelling

FIS's Martin Sarjeant, and Scot Glasford discuss the future of risk modelling — and why models are so important for insurers

Milliman: Driving data

Chad Karls, principal and consulting actuary at Milliman, talks about the importance of data — and new ways for insurers to make the best use of it

PwC: Clarifying challenges

Richard de Haan, actuarial leader, principal, PwC US, talks about its work in helping insurers overcome their key challenges — and particularly with the LDTI accounting standard

Wellington Management: Tackling volatility

Eric Tanaka, director of Financial Reserves Management and associate director, Americas Institutional Group at Wellington, talks about the asset challenges that lie ahead for insurers in these volatile times

WTW: Climate matters

Christopher Au, associate director, at WTW's climate and resilience hub, speaks about how the company is helping insurers tackle one of the most important issues of our times

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Bigger does not mean better for insurers

Expanding an insurance business in good times typically meant growing profits. In today's tougher economic environment, Europe's largest insurers are being much more prudent about spending capital, and are only considering very careful expansion, as David Walker writes

2021-22 Technology Guide

InsuranceERM’s comprehensive list of over 125 risk, capital and modelling technology tools for insurers from some 60 international vendors. The 2021-22 technology guide also features ten corporate statements from software providers

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