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  • Winners of the 2024 Insurance Asset Risk awards

    29 February 2024

    Insurance Asset Risk is pleased to announce the winners of its 2024 awards

  • Entries open for Insurance Asset Risk Awards 2024

    01 November 2023

    Categories designed to highlight sector's range of talent

  • Comment: Skinning Insurance Asset Risk's look

    19 October 2023

    The 14th, and last, edition of the Insurance Asset Risk quarterly magazine is now out, but don't you worry we are only peeling one skin off the onion, to reveal a new, fresher one.

  • US life insurer key IMR metric falls to 12 year low as bond sales hit

    19 September 2023

    But NAIC rule change will help insurers struggling with negative mark

  • US insurers hurt by rate rises to benefit from NAIC's IMR rule change

    15 August 2023

    NAIC expected to adopt interest rate accounting proposal tomorrow

  • Taiwanese insurers in the solvency and accountancy clamp

    03 August 2023

    Facing high capital pressure as a result, according to Fitch

  • SunLife HK's CIO on IFRS, rate hikes, geopolitics, and exercising patience

    17 July 2023

    Shiuan Ting van Vuuren discusses why IFRS 17 & 9 implementation have been a challenging and ongoing journey, the impact of rising rates and increased geopolitical tensions, and why she is relaxed about regulatory changes. Interview by Vincent Huck

  • IAR Hong Kong: "I know more about accountancy than I care to know," APAC CIO says

    29 June 2023

    Zurich's Vincent and AIA's Konyn reflect on how CIOs have had to become omni-experts

  • HDI Global CIO faces inflation hedge conundrum

    07 June 2023

    Thorsten Wölbern, CIO of HDI Global, the business insurance company of the Talanx Group, explains why inflation is top of his mind, why rates will go down again, and discusses the 'exotic' unexplored investment shores. Interview by Vincent Huck

  • Chart of the week: IFRS 9 classification conundrum in APAC

    14 April 2023

    As IFRS 17 and 9 tops Asian insurers' priority lists, according to Abrdn survey