Volatility has been the number one concern of insurance investment professionals struggling to squeeze a respectable return out of the low interest world we now inhabit.
Zurich Insurance Group has sold its general insurance operations in Taiwan as part of its efforts to reshape its global organisation and stem a decline in profitability.Read more
Zurich Insurance Group has sold its general insurance operations in Taiwan as part of its efforts to reshape its global organisation and stem a decline in profitability.
This week, two important global surveys from KPMG and PWC respectively strongly indicated that insurers will need to be more innovative if the industry is to re-invent itself and ward off new competition.
It has been a busy few months in the world of financial regulation with new bosses at the main regulators and an imminent restructuring of the governance of regulation within the Bank of England.
Brows are starting to furrow at prudential regulators as they start to worry about the connections between individual insurer solvency and the wider economy.
Leading insurers, industry experts and investment managers from across the insurance industry found themselves grappling with the consequences of volatility in a low interest rate world at the Insurance Investment Exchange’s latest seminar in London on 3 March.