There is no doubting that Solvency II, the new Europe-wide rule book to make sure the assets held by insurers will meet their liabilities, has already started to have an impact on how those insurance companies are investing their money.
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As the Association of International Life Offices (Ailo) prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary, chairman Bob Pain talks about the trade body’s development, how it is embracing technology, and the headlines driving transparency.
Insurers are failing to adapt to changing customer needs and technology, instead focusing more on complying with new regulations, a new report by KPMG has found.
It seems that wherever you look around Europe, insurers’ investment performance is in the spotlight to an extent that must be making many CIOs feeling a trifle exposed, if not threatened.