Integrating risk management with the investment process - a Munich Re case study


Strengthening the connection between risk management and the investment process is a key step insurers need to take to be able to close the gap between assets and liabilities. The vast majority of Munich Re's assets (€210 billion market value as of September 30, 2013) are managed by the Munich Ergo Asset Management (MEAG) arm of the business.

Integrating risk management with the investment process in such a broad-based insurance enterprise, which comprises 70 legal entities of varying sizes

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