InsuranceERM's Most Influential 2016 revealed

Who's leading the direction of risk and capital management?


Risk qualifications stir up debate on CRO's role

Attempts to professionalise risk management through certification schemes have reopened discussions about the evolving role of the chief risk officer. Asa Gibson reports


Kevin Borrett on the faults of the matching adjustment

Lobbying to include morbidity risk products in the list of eligible products for the adjustment is a priority for 2016, says Unum's chief risk officer


UK reveals Solvency II applications for MA, VA and transitional deductions

Matching adjustment is as popular as volatility adjustment


Dee Lehane becomes Oric's first non-member chair

Operational risk data consortium elects three independent non-executive directors to its eight-member board


Twenty UK insurers await news on Solvency II internal model application

PRA expected to announce decisions over the weekend


Speed becomes vital in cyber attack responses

In part 2 of this feature on cyber attack and the EU's data breach law, Asa Gibson reports on how insurers are responding to the threat


EU data breach law puts risk managers on edge

The EU is debating laws that would force companies to report data breaches within 72 hours of detection. Asa Gibson asks what this means for insurers


Insurers build parallel internal models to drive business

Regulatory constraints limiting usefulness of 'official' models


Unum opts for SunGard's software

Will implement iWorks Prophet Professional and Prophet Enterprise