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Risk-based capital and governance in Latin America
Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico have individual views on risk-based capital and the implications for insurers as they drive towards compliance. Learn about their distinctions.
July 2012: Boards discuss allocation of cash flows
In June, the Boards discussed the allocation of cash flows when components are unbundled from insurance contracts and much more. Gain insight into their discussions.
How are asset managers preparing for Solvency II?
EY’s latest survey reveals that engagement with insurers is deemed one of the biggest challenges to asset managers’ Solvency II Programs. Learn more
Global insurance industry outlook for 2012
Looking for insights into the insurance markets in Europe, Canada and Asia-Pacific as well as the US life insurance and property/casualty sectors? As uncertainty over economic conditions continues to impact buyers of insurance products and services, insurers must consider strategic and flexible approaches. Find out how to manage your business in 2012.
Global consumer insurance survey 2012
The voice of the customer has changed. To help insurers determine how they must adapt to attract, deepen and preserve customer relationships, we surveyed 24,000 insurance customers across 7 global regions. Tap into our insights.
European insurance outlook for 2012
European life and non-life insurers are faced with important strategic decisions. While volatility and deterioration in macroeconomic factors disrupt balance sheets, unfolding regulatory initiatives will continue to influence the industry. All the while consumer needs and expectations are changing. Discover how to counter today’s challenges with strategic solutions.