• Four steps to increased agent effectiveness

    Insurers can successfully revamp their distribution management strategies by developing the analytics capabilities and algorithms to operationalize what works — at scale in a standardized fashion.

  • The insurance agent of the future: Korea

    We surveyed 300 insurance agents in Korea to understand the challenges of digital disruption and changing consumer preferences – and the potential future of distribution.

  • Robotics and its role in the future of work

    Many firms have piloted robotics solutions, but few have succeeded in industrializing the benefits. Still, robotics should be on the C-suite agenda given its potential.

  • Solvency II and life reinsurance

    Increased freedom under Solvency II means insurers can recognize 100% of reinsurance benefits in their capital calculations, increasing the attractiveness of reinsurance for insurers.

  • Global insurance M&A themes 2017

    Three trends are likely to dominate the year: portfolio optimization, technology-driven investment and ongoing consolidation. Learn the critical success factors for each.

  • Aviation finance as a long-term investment

    Insurance companies and pension schemes can play an important role in meeting the high demand for finance in the aviation space.

  • Insurance opportunities in the Middle East

    Markets in the region have remained resilient despite economic headwinds and lower oil prices, with the UAE and Saudi Arabia especially strong.

  • The annuity landscape in 2017

    We explore five areas to watch as the year unfolds, including DOL fiduciary rule compliance, middle market issues and challenges for annuity advisors.

  • February 2017: IASB

    Amends guidance and revisits tentative decisions from external review draft of IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts.

Navigating change to seize new global opportunities

Profound regulatory change. Unprecedented opportunity in emerging markets. Lingering economic uncertainty. Technology-driven disruptions. Rising consumer expectations. Intense cost and competitive pressures.

Our global team of industry professionals helps insurers navigate these challenges — and seize the strategic opportunities they represent. We help you find better answers by asking better questions about the most critical aspects of the business:

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