Global insurers are operating in an increasingly complicated world. The continued fallout from the global financial crisis and recession – central bank policies resulting in record low yields, more stringent regulations and continued market volatility – is leading insurers to rethink their investment portfolio risks and opportunities.
In light of these factors, our new report commissioned by Blackrock ‘Global Insurance: Investment Strategy at an Inflection Point?’ examines how insurers have shifted towards more tactical strategies that diversify across asset classes to generate returns and protect against specific market risks.
How prepared is the industry for potential market changes over the next three years?
How is the potential tapering of quantitative easing affecting investment strategies?
How are insurers changing their businesses in order to produce adequate shareholder returns over the next three years?