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Software/IT Systems/solutions, Data, Modelling

Enterprise Risk Management Technology Guide 2016-17

InsuranceERM's exhaustive guide to the range of solutions for risk management, asset management and Solvency II - from risk and capital modelling software, to data, governance and reporting tools. The guide (left column) is based on information provided by vendors in response to a detailed questionnaire. The vendors' statements (right column) explain more about their software and its context for insurers.

Guide entries

Aquantec

Arkk Solutions

Asseco

Barnett Waddingham

Silverfinch

Solvency II Solutions

SolveXia

Vizor Software

Analysis

Sourcing data for cyber risk management

Insurers crave data to better write cyber risk policies and understand their risk accumulation, but getting hold of it is a tough assignment. Cintia Cheong reports

Turning liability into opportunity

There is growing evidence that exposure to phthalates has serious health impacts. Excluding phthalates from insurance contracts might be the natural response, but modelling the exposure could allow firms to see the risk as a business opportunity rather than a threat, as Praedicat chief executive Robert Reville tells Callum Tanner

Insurers still struggling with cyber risk management

Last year’s attack on DNS provider Dyn and a warning from the UK regulator on the aggregation of cyber risks have had a big influence on the way insurers are thinking about cyber risk modelling and management. Callum Tanner reports from the Advisen cyber risk conference in London

The tech trends of 2016

Christopher Cundy discusses the current themes in risk and actuarial software

Oasis lays roots in cat modelling scene

The Oasis Loss Modelling Framework promised much, but has it delivered? Christopher Cundy reports on the crucial challenges it faces in the coming months

Adjusting the leash for disruptors

Regulators must live up to the challenge of fostering innovation while ensuring insurtech firms and incumbents remain on equal footing. Asa Gibson reports