Liability insurers need to embrace life ALM techniques


When it comes to asset-liability management (ALM), general insurers face far less of a challenge than their life counterparts given the considerably shorter duration of their liabilities. Yet, the growth of periodical payment orders (PPOs) in personal injury cases is requiring them to think more like life companies when it comes to ALM.

The challenge for insurers is that PPOs – a series of index-linked annual payments awarded instead of a single lump sum in settlement of large personal injury

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