Insurers look to hedging strategies to deal with management charge volatility

Securing future value

Stock market

The volatility that Solvency II introduces through its market-consistent approach to the valuation of assets and liabilities presents many challenges for insurers. One issue that has been rising up the agenda in recent months has been how to respond to the capital volatility stemming from fluctuations in the annual management charges (AMCs) earned on unit-linked business. 

This is a new challenge for insurers. Under Solvency II, the value of future management charges are likely to be part of an

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