Software/IT Systems/solutions, Data, Modelling

Enterprise Risk Management Technology Guide 2017-18

InsuranceERM's exhaustive guide to the range of solutions for risk, capital and asset management, including modelling software, data, governance and reporting tools, and solutions for Solvency II, IFRS 17, PBR and GDPR compliance. The guide (left column) is based on information provided by vendors in response to a detailed questionnaire. The vendors' corporate statements (right column) explain more about their software and its context for insurers.

Guide entries

Aquantec

Asseco

Barnett Waddingham

Detech Decision Technologies

DYNACSYS

Effisoft

FactSet

Financial Canvas

Finsbury Solutions

FIS

RNA Analytics

RPC Consulting

Russell Group

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services

Analysis

Swiss Re's Dan Ryan: UK moratorium on genetic testing will have to change

Dan Ryan, head of research at the Swiss Re Institute, talks to Cintia Cheong about the rise of genetic testing, life insurtech, and why insurers and academics need to work together to understand mortality trends

Combining humans and robotics in underwriting

Brijesh Chandra explains how robotic process automation can raise the efficiency of underwriting operations and improve analytics – as well as highlighting aspects where the “human touch” is irreplaceable

Blockchain confronts the valley of death

Blockchain technology has proven applications in the insurance sector, but can it fulfil its promise to revolutionise the business? Paul Walsh investigates the questions around standards, costs and risks for this emerging technology

Where next for economic scenario generators?

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

Insurers struggle to interpret GDPR

The upcoming EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all companies with personal records, but there are certain aspects insurers are finding particularly difficult. Cintia Cheong reports

Scenario planning for the insurtech revolution

Magdalena Ramada and Andrew Harley share their thoughts on how insurers should be planning to deal with the transformative technologies and tools that are making their way into the business