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  • Mutual gain - how the worlds of 'alts' and insurers can benefit both parties

    11 March 2024

    CIOs have not relinquished alternative investments as interest rates rose, leading David Walker to sit down with Max Davies, director, APAC Insurance, at Man Group, to discuss how 'alts' can dovetail with an insurer's needs

  • Man hires two to insurance solutions group

    18 September 2023

    Reporting to Nick Humphreys, global head of insurance

  • 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

  • Asian insurers investing "thoughtfully" under RBC, Wellington says

    11 April 2022

    From HK RBC to K-ICS to C-ROSS, capital regimes are informing decisions across APAC

  • How optimising for Hong Kong RBC is music to a CIO's ears

    16 February 2022

    General accounts investments ideally work in harmony. Hong Kong's CIOs, the 'conductors' seeking such harmony, explain to David Walker approaching RBC rules require some 'GA fine-tuning'

  • "You can't have everything": can CIOs strike a balance between ESG and returns?

    26 January 2022

    Panellists at IAR's Asia conference discuss sacrificing balance sheets, for better ESG credentials, as Abbie Wood reports

  • IAR Asia 2022: Day 3 round up

    13 January 2022

    The battleground for ESG investing and the future of ESG in Asia

  • IAR Asia: The key battleground of ESG is data

    13 January 2022

    How does one invest sustainably in a market with no ESG data?

  • Rise of Illiquids and ESG shows no sign of ending at Asia's insurers

    08 December 2021

    Asia Pacific insurers predict more allocations to illiquids, flavoured by ESG considerations. The major change to investments in the region might come from greater accessibility for Western insurers, Abbie Wood finds out

  • Cryptocurrency investment "constantly debated" at AIA, group CIO admits

    12 January 2021

    But Mark Konyn tells Insurance Asset Risk no investment on the cards "any time soon"