• Conning launches climate risk reporting service

    12 November 2020

    Offering profiles insurers' investment portfolios exposure to climate risk

  • Investment leaders panel on key risks and strategic portfolio positioning

    30 October 2020

    Panel sponsored by Conning Asset Management

  • Breadth of investment outsourcing in UK revealed

    28 October 2020

    UK insurers use more than 100 different investment managers

  • IAR Americas: Rates unlikely to go negative in the USA but be prepared in case!

    22 September 2020

    Panellists warn portfolios should be position for either increase or drop in interest rates

  • USA insurers search for the golden age of credit

    07 September 2020

    For the harried insurer, dealing with a projected lifetime of low interest rates, is there any value left in the corporate bond market? Some believe there is, and particularly so in that much-derided BBB segment. Sarfraz Thind reports

  • Conning, Schroders and BlueBay among managers helping Lloyd's syndicates profit in 2019

    07 September 2020

    Analysis reveals where insuring made losses, but syndicates still posted profits

  • Trump US election win best scenario for investors

    20 August 2020

    Looming election driving stock market surge, says Conning's Sega

  • Lloyd's - an investor in all but name?

    10 August 2020

    The 330-year-old institution might have made its name with insurance, but in recent years its investments, with the help of third-party asset managers, have countered heavy losses from the liability side of the balance sheet. Is the old dog learning new tricks, David Walker asks

  • Conning launches cloud-based investment optimiser

    16 July 2020

    System can run insurers' asset-only optimisations and/or optimise assets and liabilities

  • Did the Fed kill the bond market?

    02 July 2020

    Hopes were high at the end of March for investors to profit from the Fed's QE intervention and access a rejuvenated credit sector. The once-in-a-lifetime returns have, however, swiftly disappeared, and investors are back to staring at the ghost of bond market past. So what next? Sarfraz Thind reports