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Institutional investors are beginning to question the regulatory constraints which are forcing them to buy over-valued government bonds and to diversify into more reasonably priced asset classes
Zurich is one of the most consistent insurers around when it comes to the allocations within its heavily outsourced $200bn balance sheet investment portfolio. However, private debt and responsible investing remain a strong focus at the margins – even though the former may have lost some of its shine
Insurers are slowly but surely being convinced of the portfolio benefits of ESG investing. But faced with a choice of benchmarks and delivery methods, as well as challenges implementing ESG in fixed income and passive strategies, the majority are happy dip their feet in one toe at a time
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
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