Aviva risk director José Morago to chair IRM forum
Will help manage investment strategy and $12bn fixed income portfolio
Quit PRA role in March
But outlook for reinsurance sector is negative, says Fitch report
Hired as director of client solutions
Market risk SCR figures will provide insights on asset allocation
Legacy acquisition strategies shifting
Martin Reeves assumes responsibility for the Dynamic Bond Trust
Revisions to the UK’s legislation around annuities is causing insurers to rethink investment strategies. Hardeep Dhillon examines the impact on sterling capital markets and demand for assets
Even if recent pension reforms result in falling demand for annuities in the UK, an increasingly competitive insurance market is likely to sustain the demand for high-yielding assets like infrastructure projects, say Michael Wilkins and Oliver Herbert
The Ernst & Young (EY) Solvency II preparedness survey is one of the most comprehensive yardsticks of how ready insurers are for the new regime. This year's poll shows firms making progress in most areas - except pillar 3. Christopher Cundy reports.
The UK annuities market is undergoing a dramatic change as the rules on retirement products are rewritten. In this article, Christopher Cundy looks at five major implications for products and strategy
Solvency II has focused too much on modelling and should be revisited, says Gen Re CEO Tad Montross. He tells Sarfraz Thind about "model mania", risk culture and how to run a reinsurer in a chronically soft market
This year's poll of North American risk managers shows a shift in concern away from the economic crisis and towards issues such as regulatory change and cyber risk. Christopher Cundy speaks to its author, Max Rudolph
Despite the growing presence of chief risk officers (CROs) in the senior management teams of European insurers the industry is a long way from a common view of the role, and universally deriving value from it, say Mike Wilkinson and Patricia Mackenzie.