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The risk management innovators

We hear a lot about insurtech, but where is the ERMtech? InsuranceERM showcases eight insurtech firms that are promising to help insurers improve their risk management, underwriting and compliance activities.

InsuranceERM Annual Awards 2017 - UK & Europe

Welcome to the InsuranceERM Awards 2017. With a panel of judges that have unparalleled experience in the industry, the Awards seek out to reward those that excel in each of the categories.

Enterprise Risk Management Technology Guide 2017-18




A transparent approach to the SFCR

Denmark’s Industriens Pensionsforsikring went the extra mile in completing its solvency and financial condition report (SFCR), providing historical data and putting the quantitative information into context. David Walker asks chief risk officer Pernille Jul Overby why she opted for more work



Risk managers plan their digital future

While Solvency II work lingers on, risk managers are having to expand their expertise into a broader array of risks – notably in the cyber and technology space – as chief risk officers discuss in part two of this InsuranceERM/BearingPoint roundtable

Risk management priorities post-Solvency II

Insurers may have implemented Solvency II but the work of the risk function is far from complete. As well as testing Solvency II systems properly, other issues such as Brexit have risen up the agenda, as chief risk officers discuss in part one of this InsuranceERM/BearingPoint roundtable


The biggest barrier to actuarial system improvement is... actuaries?

As insurers prepare for another round of system adaptation and process review with the introduction of IFRS 17, Andries Beukes shares his experience in modernising actuarial systems and discusses what role actuaries have in the success – and failure – of transformation projects

Solvency II Map


Europe: Solvency II status

Updates from 17 EU insurance supervisors and regulators on the status of Solvency II implementation, covering internal models, adjustments and transitionals.