In this paper we bring together guidance and practical recommendations covering all of the key regulatory requirements for insurers building Matching Adjustment (MA) portfolios in the UK market.
We believe 2023 presents us with as generous an outlook as we have seen in 10 years
With inflation returning and investors on the hunt for stable yields, insurance companies should explore how an infrastructure debt allocation can support their investment strategy.
To meet policyholder demands and terms of their financing arrangements, life insurers must maintain adequate levels of liquidity. Here are some reasons why today's environment makes liquidity management so critical.
While the current landscape may be challenging to navigate, it is also shaping a compelling opportunity in real estate debt—from core to opportunistic lending.
Today's securitized market presents a rare opportunity to add diversification via an asset class with the potential to provide defensive opportunities with outsized returns
Discover how investors think their real asset investments stand up against high interest rates, inflation plus global recession.
Inflation has defined 2022 and will still play a major role in 2023, while various regulatory initiatives are also set to come into force next year.
Recent proposed rule changes from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) could alter the regulatory treatment of securitized assets—long a staple of US insurance companies' core portfolios.
An accounting method long used by life insurers has come under pressure amid rising rates and wider credit spreads, potentially setting the life insurance industry up for large unrealized losses.
To mitigate the effects of inflation, insurers are looking beyond conventional asset classes and considering alternative forms of managing risk.
How insurers can enhance fixed income portfolios