Skandia selects Moody's RiskIntegrity

Swedish life insurer to use software to aid Solvency II compliance


Technology Guide 2013-14: vendors react to Solvency II delays

Both users and vendors of risk management systems have faced difficult decisions as a result of the further delay in Solvency II implementation. We look at the opportunities and problems created by this and issues such as: do faster systems have to be more complex, as well as more expensive, and will vendors offer more transparency into their models?


Efficient asset allocation with least squares Monte Carlo

Traditional methods of allocating assets fall short in several key aspects. In this paper, Romain Lombardo and Alexis Bailly show how the LSMC approach can be used to optimise asset allocation for insurers in a Solvency II world


The technologies reshaping insurance

The insurance industry doesn't often evoke science fiction. But recent technological advances have been so drastic they could have leapt from the pages of Isaac Asimov. Sarfraz Thind reports


How to develop multi-year capital projections for the ORSA

Solvency II firms have a lot to do to develop their modelling capabilities into a multi-period capital projections. This is why Craig Turnbull and Andy Frepp recommend insurers invest in statistically robust multi-period capital proxy functions such as least-squares Monte Carlo


Only a quarter of insurers ready to comply with Solvency II

Moody's Analytics survey finds firms behind schedule on pillar 3 data reporting


Data governance is vital focus for industry

London conference will address issues around data management and the demands of Solvency II


Gjensidige chooses RiskIntegrity

Leading Norwegian insurer licenses Moody's Analytics' software


Moody's Analytics launches RiskIntegrity

Official market release of version 1.2 includes Barrie & Hibbert's ESG


Cloud, standard formula and GRC solutions gain traction

Financial modelling software dominates the new ERM Technology Guide, as it did last year's, but there is more emphasis this year on enhanced computing performance, standard formula solutions and governance, risk and compliance