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Insurers’ involvement in private credit finance is growing rapidly – but there are risks to such investment strategies
Philosophically, little changes in the approach to managing Talanx’s €120bn investment portfolio, though with Brexit, rising interest rates and the end of quantitative easing, there are plenty of tactical points to ponder for the group’s CFO
The higher capital charges attracted by alternative asset classes under Solvency II can be more than mitigated
As investment strategies become more sophisticated to generate higher returns, insurers must monitor investment risks as carefully they do underwriting risks
Simply diversifying asset or underwriting risk is no longer enough. Carriers must ensure every part of the business that absorbs risk capital contributes to the overall profitability of the firm
The increased pressure on asset managers to report on transparency, due diligence and other control measures can be used by insurers to drive better investment performance
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