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Championing the UK Black Actuaries Network

The key people behind the launch of the UK Black Actuaries Network - Chika Aghadiuno and Mudi Ugono - tell Ronan McCaughey about the aims and aspirations for the initiative and why it is so crucial

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Covid and Great Resignation 'popped the lid' on people risk

US insurance experts at the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference explained how Covid-19 has led insurers to up their game as people risk challenges begin to bite. Paul Walsh reports

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Six ways insurers can make DE&I real and relevant

US insurance experts at the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference explained how they are fostering diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) within the industry, and ways to build momentum. Ronan McCaughey writes

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A risk manager's perspective on consumer duty

With regulators putting a tighter focus on insurers' duty towards their customers, Michael Tripp discusses the questions that risk managers should be asking of the business

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Dive In 2022: creating braver cultures that embrace differences

Axis Capital's chief people officer and Dive In festival spokesperson Noreen McMullan talks to Paul Walsh about the impact of this year's festival and the need for quotas to improve diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)

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Ledger Investing aims to crack the casualty ILS code

Led by ex-AIG chief risk officers, Ledger Investing is entering the relative unknown in connecting insurance-linked securities (ILS) investors with casualty risks. Paul Walsh reports

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Climate and inflation threats spark response from technology vendors

Risk modelling and management teams are being pushed to improve how they deal with climate and inflation risk - and software vendors are responding, as Ronan McCaughey explains

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CROs find a career path in the C-suite

Chief risk officers (CROs) have carved out an important role in insurers, but they need a different skillset to succeed in senior C-suite roles. Paul Walsh reports

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Japan steps forward with ICS-based capital framework

Japan is midway through development of a new capital framework that takes its lead from the Insurance Capital Standard. This should make it a beacon for international prudential rules, as the FSA's Shigeru Ariizumi explains to Sarfraz Thind

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ALM and capital management under Hong Kong's RBC

Richard Chan, Hong Kong chief investment officer and Asia head of ALM at Axa, discusses Hong Kong's forthcoming risk-based capital regime and how insurers will respond