To submit Solvency II data to supervisors, insurers must get to grips with XBRL and automated data handling. In this article, DataTracks explains its approach
Milliman's Neil Cantle explains how insurers have responded to Solvency II and how they can leverage their new skills to prosper in a fast-moving world
A multi-disciplinary approach is the key to good data management, says MBE, whose unique and innovative business structure has helped clients...
The pressures that Solvency II puts on risk and capital modelling are manifest: more information is required within...
Moody's Analytics explains how its software and services can help insurers with their solvency monitoring, reporting and...
Commercial carriers should be prepared: sophisticated data analytics is coming to commercial insurance and generating a host of advantages, as Dave Ovenden explains
European insurers are still hunting for yield and the US municipal bond market may provide an interesting and capital efficient solution. Bob Sharma and James Bradbury, EMEA Insurance Relationship Managers at Wellington Management explain
The digital era presents a golden opportunity to engage with customers – and insurers should ensure they are not left behind, says David Ovenden, Insurance Management Consultancy Leader, Towers Watson
Information is at the heart of effective risk and capital management, so making sure data
solutions are robust is a necessity for modern insurers, as MBE’s Andries Beukes explains
The first round of mandatory reporting under Solvency II will soon begin. For some insurers that might be the last wake-up call to advance...
Carsten Hoffmann, a director at Towers Watson, explains why tomorrow’s chief risk officers must be more engaged with the actual business and prove their worth as strategic advisers, rather than just worrying about risk frameworks and regulatory compliance.
A discussion with Patrick Maeder and Maciej Piechocki of BearingPoint regarding the preparedness of insurers and regulators for the Going-Live of Solvency II
Towers Watson’s eighth global ERM survey has revealed startling progress in attitudes towards risk management and in the frameworks that insurers have implemented. But as Mike Wilkinson explains, there is still work to do
The benefits of streamlining and automating actuarial processes are evident in this recent case study, as Joel Fox explains
As the EU's new regulatory regime settles in, Milliman's Oliver Gillespie observes insurers facing greater uncertainty about their actions, confusion among investors and more volatility in their balance sheets
Brian Robinson of Moody's Analytics spells out the opportunity for the next wave of internal model applicants
Tapping the opportunities created by advances in risk management may not be as difficult as some think, as Marcus Bowser and Kirsty Leece explain
Matthew Edwards, head of mortality and longevity at Willis Towers Watson, delves into the reasons why mortality and longevity rates have departed from the long-term trend
CIMCON Software has been providing clients with end user computing (EUC) risk management software for over 15 years. Chief executive Craig Hattabaugh explains the risks of EUCs to the insurance industry and how to tackle them.
A rapidly changing world produces rapidly emerging risks that can flummox even the most comprehensive of risk management frameworks. Neil Cantle proposes an approach to improving how insurers respond to today's threats...
The new insurance contracts accounting standard brings a dramatic shift in accounting and actuarial practices, and insurers should be prepared for implementation challenges, as Kamran Foroughi explains