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Regulatory filings reveal a welcome increase in fixed income returns, but the financial markets’ calamitous end to 2018 left an indelible stain on the balance sheets of most firms
Derivative products can help insurers overcome many of the constraints imposed on the investment process by recent changes to the solvency capital framework, but a clear strategy is needed to navigate a complex landscape
ESG criteria can be comprehensively applied through a holistic approach in risk management
Insurers need to take a more dynamic and integrated approach to financial market risks, particularly currency risks, in an environment of increasing geopolitical and economic uncertainty
Alternative investment strategies continue to deliver significant benefits, but European insurers need to increase their focus on managing the downside risks as the regional economy approaches the late cycle phase
New proposals by Eiopa to integrate sustainability into investment processes under Solvency II signal potentially expensive changes for smaller insurers
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