Insurers’ investment strategies are constantly evolving in response to, as well as in anticipation of, market, economic, and own organisational changes. Here we provide insight and analysis into the views of market participants and influencers on the latest developments taking place globally and how they have impacted asset allocation, investment, and trading decision-making.

How to make the most of investing in emerging market equities

Eugene Nivorozhkin, Associate Professor in Finance, University College London, explains how to maximise the potential of Emerging Market opportunities over the long-term through market cycles and sector evoluti...

From MiFID II to SM&CR: how firms can deal with regulatory change

Anthony King, COO at Charles Taylor Investment Management explores how implementing regulatory frameworks can lead to cost-efficiencies

Why ESG investing is more than a "fad" for insurers

The three biggest risks for insurance investors that ignore ESG

The case for insurance investors increasing risk management budgets

Jos Gijsbers, Head of Balanced Portfolios at ASR Nederland explains why insurance asset managers should step up risk management budget and capabilities in order to time and combine factors

Avoiding greenwashing: how to get ESG investing right

Ken Bertsch, Executive Director at the Council of Institutional Investors explores how investors can look beyond the ESG hype to create real value

Head to head: should insurers opt for active or passive investments

Three chief investment officers at insurance companies explain their views on active versus passive strategies

The big question – how much of an insurer’s investment portfolio should be outsourced?

Three insurance company CIOs explain how they make investment outsourcing decisions, what level of outsourcing is right and which asset classes need to be kept in house.

Why ESG investing means profits and pride

Meg Voorhes, Director of Research, Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment explores the benefits of ESG investing and why sustainability often indicates good management

The macro environment for the insurance asset management industry

Keith Skeoch, chief executive officer at Aberdeen Standard Investments discusses how the insurance market is evolving and what seismic changes in the industry could mean for investors
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