Equities performance has been stellar for more than a year, yet insurers refuse to be lured: with equity indices still rising, many are banking profits and reinvesting in capital efficient alternatives
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Companies should look beyond the short term and try to determine what risks and rewards are in store
The recently revised catastrophe models for North American earthquakes mean London market companies face a number of challenges in terms of making the required changes to their internal capital models under Solvency II
The changing trends in the global property investment market have very definite implications for insurers both as investors in property assets and as underwriters of property portfolio investment risks
Even the most agile capital model cannot deliver the granularity to accommodate real-world investment market behaviour
While look-through concerns persist, insurers are beginning to realise the diversification benefits of multi-assets under Solvency II. Meanwhile, managers in the strategy are adopting an increasingly insurer-friendly approach
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