• Insurance enterprise risk managment: the state it's in

    14 February 2013

    Insurers' satisfaction with ERM grows, but plans for using economic capital stall - these are among the seven key findings from Towers Watson's recent worldwide survey. Christopher Cundy asks Laura Santori and Martin Pike to explain

  • Solvency II: who's ready to comply?

    12 February 2013

    As regulators plan to introduce elements of pillars 2 and 3 from 1 January 2014, InsuranceERM takes a tour of the major European countries to see how prepared they are – and where they may have problems complying

  • ICAS+ could be more onerous than running two models

    06 February 2013

    Towers Watson outlines pros and cons of UK's plan for use of Solvency II internal models

  • Individual underwriting could see pension buy-ins booming

    05 February 2013

    Potential £380bn of deals if regulation and data sharing improves, says PI

  • Insurers' investment strategies at stake in LTG proposals

    30 January 2013

    Industry should take opportunity to give feedback, says Towers Watson

  • The US ORSA will benefit ERM, say majority of P/C insurers

    24 January 2013

    But Towers Watson survey also shows 21% see ORSA as compliance-driven

  • With-profits rules "disproportionately hard" for small mutuals

    16 January 2013

    FSA opened consultation in December

  • Harmonising risk management and business planning

    31 December 2012

    Towers Watson's Boke de Pater and DIMA's Stephen Devine respond to InsuranceERM's 2012/2013 Q&A

  • Predictive modelling needs man and machine to co-exist

    21 August 2012

    Predictive models used by insurers to manage risk and capital and support pricing could become automated, commodity items. But human judgement and overall method will remain the keys to refining models in the future, according to Duncan Anderson