CRO Forum elects Vet as vice-chairman

Takes over from Cole who is now chairman


PwC appoints new UK insurance leader

Jonathan Howe succeeds Mark Stephen


2013: the ERM challenges ahead

Leading consultants and CROs say getting the most out of Solvency II implementation will be a big challenge for 2013, but other aspects of ERM will reappear on the agenda, as will the necessity of keeping ERM at the heart of business. Here is a compilation of responses to the questions InsuranceERM asked experts just before Christmas


Guy Carpenter hires Aon Benfield heads

Beecroft and Rayner become MDs at GC Securities


IIS names Woodring as next chairman

RGA chief will replace Norman Sorensen


Harmonising risk management and business planning

Towers Watson's Boke de Pater and DIMA's Stephen Devine respond to InsuranceERM's 2012/2013 Q&A


Maintaining the momentum on Solvency II

Keeping SII moving will be just one of Insurance Europe's tasks for 2013, says Michaela Koller


Extracting the real value from Solvency II

Insurers will want to move Solvency II development work out of the laboratory, says Guy Carpenter's Andrew Cox


Companies will allocate resources back to strategic issues

It's time to refocus on traditional areas of ERM, says Milliman's Neil Cantle.


The financial crisis is still the biggest ERM challenge

Persistently low interest rates continue to pose problems, says Munich Re's Jürgen Dümont