Insurance Agenda library
Insurance Agenda - Issue 2, 2015
EY’s latest edition of Insurance Agenda is now available, featuring the latest insights and thought leadership for insurers in 2015.
Insurance Agenda - Issue 1, 2015
The first edition of Insurance Agenda for the year features recent EY publications which provide insights on the key challenges and opportunities for insurers in 2015.
- 2014 Insurance Agenda 2014
EY's bi-monthly e-magazine, Insurance Agenda, highlights the operational and market issues facing insurers. Learn how Australian business can successfully navigate these changes.
Insurance Agenda - October / November 2013
How is digital technology transforming consumer behaviour and driving insurance executives to reassess their business models? Find out in the latest edition of Insurance Agenda.
Insurance Agenda - August / September 2013
In this edition of Insurance Agenda we discuss how the retail life insurance industry can protect itself against the dual threats of high lapse rates and rising claims.
Insurance Agenda - July 2013
In this edition of Insurance Agenda we examine the factors driving the Asian pension market into three of the regions most promising segments.
Insurance Agenda - June 2013
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we examine the transformation and modernisation of policy systems in our: Focus on policy systems: a tool for success.
Insurance Agenda - May 2013
In this edition of Insurance Agenda considers the journey toward greater customer centricity.
Insurance Agenda - April 2013
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we take a look at findings from our recent survey of CROs in the insurance industry.
Insurance Agenda - March 2013
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we explore how insurance companies can apply analytics to understand and solve business problems.
Insurance Agenda - February 2013
In this edition we discuss how insurers can set up their finance functions to achieve growth, and the potential outcomes post implementation.
Insurance Agenda - January 2013
In this edition we look at the 2013 Insurance Outlook for the Asia-Pacific region. We also look at how insurers can close the gap in a continuously changing environment.
Insurance Agenda - November 2012
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we provide insights from the European Insurance Governance Leadership Network. We also look at practical solutions for addressing IT complexity, an issue many insurers are facing.
Insurance Agenda - September / October 2012
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we focus on the draft Prudential Practice Guideline (PPG) covering the ICAAP and supervisory review and the key considerations for boards and senior management.
Insurance Agenda - August 2012
Included in this edition, is our insights into the challenges insurers face around claims management and an update on the NSW Workers Compensation legislation.
Insurance Agenda - May 2012
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we confirm what FATCA means for life and general insurers; what concessions have been granted; and what insurers need to do now in order to become FATCA compliant.
Insurance Agenda - April 2012
Included in this edition of Insurance Agenda is the latest Group of Thirty (an international forum of public and private sector financial leaders,) report titled ’Toward Effective Governance of Financial Institutions’. This report states that although many financial services companies have drawn lessons from the 2008-2009 financial crisis and implemented substantial governance reforms; governance in leading financial institutions has not yet been fully addressed.
Insurance Agenda - March 2012
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we highlight five critical areas that management should address in order to successfully implement an outsourcing strategy. We have also included a link to a report we recently prepared, in conjunction with The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, discussing 20 issues on outsourcing and offshoring.
Insurance Agenda - February 2012
In this edition of Insurance Agenda, we have included the Asia Pacific results of our 2012 global consumer survey. Interviewing 24,000 customers across 23 countries we explore some of the myths associated with customer behaviours and attitudes to purchasing insurance products.