Latest actuarial insights
| || |
Disrupt or be disrupted: are insurers ready?
EY’s 2016 Sensor Data Survey outlines the perils — and potential — of new data sources for insurers.
| Convergence is key to transformation in insurance |
If insurers are to navigate the profound and rapid market shifts and regulatory head winds, they must rethink and transform their legacy operating approaches.
| Solvency II: challenge for the insurance investor |
Do insurers have adequate and stable solvency such that current and future dividend streams are not constrained?
| Infrastructure investment benefits for insurers |
Infrastructure investments may present an opportunity for insurers to achieve the required yields to cover future liabilities and provide competitively priced products.
| Quasi-government loans: opportunity for insurers |
Nontraditional insurance investment is becoming more commonplace and quasi-government loans are one of the asset classes where we see insurance companies investing.
| Put our capital optimization services to work |
Our capital optimization recommendations cover key strategic financial and operational drivers of insurers’ capital positions and the associated business processes.
| Getting from big data to analytics |
As big data creates new ways of tackling health care challenges, it also raises new hurdles.
| Webcast: The impact of IFRS 9 on insurers |
Listen to a discussion about IASB's IFRS 9 proposals and how you should be preparing.
| 2015 European and US Insurance CRO Surveys |
Many insurance chief risk officers (CROs) are well-positioned in the C-suite of their organizations. Learn more from our latest survey results.
| IFRS 4 Phase II illustrative example |
The IASB is close to concluding its proposal for accounting for insurance contracts. This example can help insurance companies start preparing for the impacts.
| Finance transformation in insurance: a strategic imperative |
To foster growth and effectively partner with the business, finance leaders and their teams must balance strategic and operational priorities.
| The future of health insurance |
From usage-based insurance to wearable technology, disruptive trends and innovations are bringing about an era of profound change.
| Actuarial managed services: business case and leading practices |
Actuarial managed services are a viable component of an insurer’s operating model. Here, we outline the foundational business case and suggest some first steps for insurers to consider.
| Optimizing the actuarial modeling environment |
Loose and tight coupling have distinct and unique benefits. How do you find the right fit for your organization?
| Becoming an analytics-driven organization to create value |
Research from EY and Nimbus Ninety provides new insight on big data trends and challenges and how your business can build a successful data strategy.
| Building a model risk management capability |
Insurers need a holistic approach to model risk management, one that considers and mitigates the risks that can arise throughout the life cycle of a model.