April 17th, 2015

Week’s Top Stories: April 11 — 17, 2015

Posted at 8:00 AM ET

Chart: Global Property Catastrophe ROL Index 1990 to 2015: The Guy Carpenter Global Property Catastrophe Rate on Line (ROL) index is presented for 1990 through 2015.

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Chart: Source Of Earnings For Guy Carpenter Reinsurance Composite, YE 2014: Chart presents source of earnings for the Guy Carpenter Global Reinsurance Composite for the year end, 2014 compared to year end, 2013.

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Chart: Return On Equity For Guy Carpenter Reinsurance Composite, YE 2014: Chart presents return on equity for the Guy Carpenter Global Reinsurance Composite, 2004 through year end 2014.

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Guy Carpenter Launches New G-CAT® Canada Flood Model: Guy Carpenter launched its new G-CAT® Canada Flood Model. In creating the first ever probabilistic flood model for Canada, Guy Carpenter has enabled insurers to assess their exposure to flood, Canada’s most frequently occurring natural hazard.

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Risk Profile, Appetite, and Tolerance: Fundamental Concepts in Risk Management and Reinsurance Effectiveness: Prior to the recent turbulence in the financial markets, insurers and reinsurers were increasing their use of enterprise risk management (ERM) to make risk and capital management decisions. While this was driven in part by rating agencies and regulators, many carriers began to recognize the value of metric-based frameworks and capital models in evaluating their portfolios.

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And, You May Have Missed…

GC Videocast - Overview of the Holistic Balance Sheet Management Framework and Application: Eric Paire, Head of Strategic Advisory EMEA, Guy Carpenter, presented the sixth part of the Holistic Balance Sheet Management series describing the “multi-layer” approach that Guy Carpenter and Mercer will adopt when working exclusively with insurance clients to holistically manage capital and strengthen balance sheets. The approach includes an extensive evaluation of the investment and reinsurance portfolios to understand client needs, an assessment of the rationale for freeing-up and/or moving capital and a consideration of  modeling aspects such as the Solvency II standard formula, internal models or rating agency models.

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