• US insurers silent on dividend cuts

    08 April 2020

    Insurance regulators applying greater scrutiny to insurer capital amid Covid-19 downturn

  • The technology trends in risk and capital management

    10 October 2019

    As re/insurers look to implement IFRS 17, manage cyber risk and drive modelling efficiencies, software vendors are gearing up to respond. Cloud and process automation solutions also figure highly in this year's InsuranceERM Technology Guide, introduced by Ronan McCaughey

  • Three ways capital modelling is evolving

    09 September 2019

    Conning’s Daniel Finn discusses the prospects for insurers’ capital and economic modelling practices

  • Conning adds cloud facility to risk management software

    02 October 2018

    Version 7.0 release provides software-as-a-service option for ESG and modelling systems

  • Finalists announced for InsuranceERM Awards

    21 December 2017

    See which companies, teams and individuals have made the shortlist for this year's awards for risk and capital management

  • Where next for economic scenario generators?

    14 September 2017

    Insurers have for decades relied on economic scenario generators (ESGs) in their risk modelling, asset management and business steering. Christopher Cundy investigates what the next big developments might be in this important piece of modelling software

  • Uniqa chooses Moody's Analytics internal model and portfolio projection solutions

    19 July 2017

    Austrian insurer licenses tools to help with valuation, internal model and investment

  • Conning updates risk management software suite

    27 September 2016

    Version 6.6 improves sovereign contagion and credit risk modelling

  • IAIS flags risks of M&A

    07 January 2016

    Shocks between organisational cultures singled out as area of supervisory focus

  • Solvency II fuels risk of model convergence

    16 November 2015

    The demands of regulatory approval are creating a lack of diversity in insurance models and driving an increase in systemic risk, according to a joint industry and academic study. Sarfraz Thind reports