L&G predicts record volumes, but Aegon and UK's Prudential say risk-margin costs too high
Longevity cover for insurers secures second win for Prudential
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Prudential Financial scoops award for best reinsurer
Chief economist moves to oil giant
CRO challenges at Allstate
Changing hats – July 2013
Smoothing the flow
Rolls-Royce longevity swap highlights growing cross-border appetite of reinsurers
Investors and issuers remain concerned about China's capital account liberalisation programme, and their ability to hedge longer-term risk
A new rule from the securities regulator, effective September 12, means some Hong Kong-listed A-share ETFs will have to fully collateralise counterparty risk exposure from their P-note issuers. The move could cause existing investors to rethink their...
US pension regulation reform will increase focus on risk management
Several longevity swap transactions are in the pipeline despite market turmoil, says Hymans Robertson's Patrick Bloomfield
Rothesay offloads longevity risk to US
Fund managers active in offshore-listed China A-share ETFs say a 10% provision set aside for capital gains tax on A-share trading related to P-note issues is increasing tracking error for some funds. Meanwhile, others are ignoring the tax risk altogether,...
Prudential’s Thiam sees Asian infrastructure deals as ALM panacea; 340,000 Asia sales force 'completely insufficient'
Increasing numbers of infrastructure deals in Asian markets may help insurers meet their long-term liabilities, according to Prudential’s group chief executive.
A two-tier regulatory market could develop across Asian insurance sectors as Solvency II capital requirements for European insurers will cause them to lose out to domestic competition
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Axa, Manulife and Prudential all make changes in management of subsidiaries in key growth market for 2011