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

Dynamo Analytics

Effisoft

FactSet

Financial Canvas

Finsbury Solutions

FIS

RPC Consulting

Russell Group

SAL

SolvencyTool

Analysis

Capital modelling: building a better correlations matrix

Correlation matrices have a major influence on how internal models allocate capital, but conventional processes sometimes struggle to make sense from a business perspective. Colin Kerley suggests an alternative approach

NN's Jan-Hendrik Erasmus: finding the win-win in insurtech

NN Group has been an eager participant in the insurtech revolution. Chief risk officer and global IT leader Jan-Hendrik Erasmus tells David Walker how the Dutch insurer's tech strategy has evolved

Insurtech brings new challenges to CRO role

Aggelos Andreou asks chief risk officers how they are coping with the opportunities and threats emerging technologies are posing to their firms, and what impact technology will have on the risk function itself

Finding a role for insurance in a technology-driven economy

In the second article in his series on intangible asset risk, Tim Freestone explores why the growth in intellectual property and patent risks has not been matched by a corresponding growth in insurance

Mapfre's Antonio Huertas: there should be one global capital regime

Mapfre's chief executive tells Cintia Cheong about the challenges and risks at the top of the Spanish insurer's agenda, including underinsurance, Solvency II and IFRS 17

Marine insurance blockchain platform hopes to cut costs, risks and capital

The world's first blockchain platform for the marine insurance sector was launched at the end of May. Paul Walsh sits down with some of the platform's leaders to discuss how it will save costs and reduce risk