Investors had little reason to love 2022. It was a year that brought market upheavals, geopolitical instability, and economic conditions that few could have foreseen. Although 2023 is expected to bring with it some turbulence, at BlackRock Alternatives the outlook for the new year is one of cautious optimism.
On average, 75 percent of commercial insureds may be under-valued.” If property valuation is not calculated regularly, your organization’s property could be improperly insured, meaning that your coverage may be less than sufficient in the case of damage or disaster. Learn more from Liberty Mutual.
We are continuing to face a very uncertain environment — war in Europe, higher inflation, the lingering effects of the pandemic, increased likelihood of recession, questions on the right direction and speed of movement on climate/ESG, evolving market pricing cycles, and moderating rates. Oliver Wyman shares 10 actions CEOs should take to Reinvent Insurance and fuel growth in 2023.
IIS Executive Insights Cyber Expert: David Piesse, CEO, DP88
Get ahead of the curve with Best’s Market Segment Outlooks. We examine the impact of current trends on companies in specific insurance industry segments over the next 12 months.
The BlackRock Investment Institute (BII) explore key themes and investment views in their 2023 Global Outlook.
The regime of greater economic and market volatility is playing out – and not going away. Central banks won’t ride to the rescue in recession, contrary to what investors have come to expect. This regime requires a new investment playbook. It involves more frequent portfolio changes and more granular views that go beyond broad asset classes.
Ralph Mucerino, Principal, RPM Strategy and Management Consulting LLC
"The green bond market still accounts for less than 2% of the value of the global bond market: it is far too small. Stronger action is needed on reducing barriers to investment and international convergence on the taxonomy for climate and green investments." Jerome-Jean Haegeli, Swiss Re Group Chief Economist
The growing popularity of wearables presents insurers with an unparalleled opportunity to better assess risk – yet many carriers are not fully realizing the value of data from these devices. RGA's Tonya Blackmore explores the power of wearable data. This article is adapted from an original paper that won recognition at the RGA Leaders of Tomorrow program as part of the 2022 Global Insurance Forum.
IIS Executive Insights Life & Health Expert: Ronald Klein, Executive Director, BILTIR
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