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ERM reboot: how leading insurers are turning risk decisioning into strategic advantage

The panel

  • Paolo Laureti, Product manager insurance, SS&C
  • Scott Kurland, Managing director, SS&C
  • Christopher Moore, Head of ibott, Apollo Syndicate
  • Moderator: Sakshi Sharma, Americas content lead and editor, Risk.net

Enterprise risk management (ERM) is a powerful strategy to identify, assess and manage financial risks across the business. Insurers leverage ERM to analyse sensitivities to market risk factors and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, and also to enforce the risk appetite framework and support a healthy investment approach. 

In recent years, many firms have sought to diversify their asset allocations in pursuit of better profit margins. Amid growing complexity, more sophisticated risk tools are needed to manage asset-liability management (ALM) requirements, liquidity needs and credit risk, as well as evaluate new books of business.

Risk.net hosts an expert discussion exploring how leading insurers are adapting ERM systems in support of a wider range of opportunities, helping to avoid losses, navigate unstable markets and maintain a strong reputation. Here, industry leaders combine risk and investment functions to enhance decision-making and gain competitive advantage.

This session reveals how insurers can:

  • Align risk and ALM with consistent data, pricing and analytics
  • Enable interactive what-ifs and stress tests to cope with uncertain markets
  • Optimise investment portfolios against liability benchmarks
  • Conquer the challenge of alternatives and private asset modelling
  • Incorporate environmental, social and governance, capital and liquidity measures into investment strategies.

This webinar is essential viewing for risk and investment professionals in insurance firms looking to maximise value from ERM and take their risk-decisioning to the next level.

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