Join us on 12 January for a webinar on the opportunities and challenges in Asia for insurance chief investment officers (CIOs).
With a lack of domestic long dated assets to match their long-term liabilities and some restrictions on overseas investments, Asian insurers’ biggest risk exposure comes from their investments.
Regulation is also like a sword of Damocles for insurance investors, with many jurisdictions in Asia moving to risk-based regimes, which is posing questions on the impact these might have on insurers’ investment strategies.
The webinar on 12 January at 4pm Hong Kong time, which is 8am GMT, will explore how insurers can manage these trends and share best practice.
It will also provide answers on whether new or updated regulations, as well as new accounting standards, such as IFRS 17 and IFRS 9 will make life easier or harder for CIOs in the region.
Experts sharing their insights during the webinar will include:
- Mark Konyn, group chief investment officer at AIA
- Sally Yim, managing director at Moody's Investors Service
- Max Davies, insurance strategist at Wellington Management
To register for the webinar on 12 January, please click here.
The virtual event on 12 January is part of the Insurance Risk & Capital Asia webinar series, examining the latest trends affecting Asian insurers in terms of regulation, strategic asset allocation and risk management.
Featuring CIOs, chief risk officers and chief economists at Asia's largest insurers, the series is organised and hosted by InsuranceERM and our sister publication, Insurance Asset Risk.
To register for upcoming webinars in the Asia series, or watch past ones on demand, click here.
Stephanie Harris and Ronan McCaughey