Posts Tagged ‘portfolio management’



September 25th, 2018

Recent Thought Leadership From Guy Carpenter - Part I

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Here we present a recap of recent thought leadership from Guy Carpenter.

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June 14th, 2017

Analytics: Fueling Risk-Informed Decisions: Part II: Portfolio Analytics

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Tim Gardner, President, North America

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With robust portfolio analytics, including advanced actuarial and catastrophic risk modeling, insurers are able to manage portfolio risk with confidence. Notable new portfolio-based models are being used for emerging areas such as casualty catastrophe and cyber risk assessment. Significant advances in sub peril modeling, such as for flood, have also transformed previously non-modeled perils into modeled perils, greatly improving knowledge and underwriting decisions in many regions.

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June 13th, 2017

Analytics: Fueling Risk-Informed Decisions: Part I

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Tim Gardner, President, North America

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Today’s rapidly changing global environment presents insurers with many challenges and opportunities as capital management and risk transfer techniques evolve at an unprecedented pace. Stakeholders, regulators and ratings agencies are deepening their focus on risk management practices, and revolutionary developments in technology, including the Internet of Things and hyper-connectivity, are driving companies to adapt to the challenges that senior management faces to support risk management decisions material to their business.

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April 13th, 2017

Analytics: Fueling Risk-Informed Decisions: Part II: Portfolio Analytics

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Tim Gardner, President, North America

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With robust portfolio analytics, including advanced actuarial and catastrophic risk modeling, insurers are able to manage portfolio risk with confidence. Notable new portfolio-based models are being used for emerging areas such as casualty catastrophe and cyber risk assessment. Significant advances in sub peril modeling, such as for flood, have also transformed previously non-modeled perils into modeled perils, greatly improving knowledge and underwriting decisions in many regions.

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April 12th, 2017

Analytics: Fueling Risk-Informed Decisions: Part I

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Tim Gardner, President, North America

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Today’s rapidly changing global environment presents insurers with many challenges and opportunities as capital management and risk transfer techniques evolve at an unprecedented pace. Stakeholders, regulators and ratings agencies are deepening their focus on risk management practices, and revolutionary developments in technology, including the Internet of Things and hyper-connectivity, are driving companies to adapt to the challenges that senior management faces to support risk management decisions material to their business.

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October 27th, 2016

Analytics: Fueling Risk-Informed Decisions

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tim_059_headshot Tim Gardner, CEO of U.S. Operations

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Today’s rapidly changing global environment presents insurers with many challenges and opportunities as capital management and risk transfer techniques evolve at an unprecedented pace. Stakeholders, regulators and ratings agencies are deepening their focus on risk management practices, and revolutionary developments in technology, including the Internet of Things and hyper-connectivity, are driving companies to adapt to the challenges that senior management faces to support risk management decisions material to their business.

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September 14th, 2014

Capital Optimization: Using Internal Reinsurance for Group Capital Management

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markus-muller-124Markus Müller, Global Partners & Strategic Advisory EMEA, Capital Optimization

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Increased capital efficiency remains at the forefront of (re)insurers’ strategies - owing largely to the pending introduction of the Solvency II regime, rating agency capital requirements and the continued pressure around shareholder expectations.

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November 4th, 2013

Guy Carpenter Extends Coverage of Industrial Park Database to Include Vietnam, Malaysia and South Korea

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In 2011, Thailand experienced its worst flooding in years with insured losses estimated at around USD15 billion,(1) of which the Thai General Insurance Association attributed more than 90 percent arising from commercial risks located within industrial parks. As industrial parks are common in several countries in the region, Guy Carpenter developed a database of digitized boundaries of these parks to support its clients’ ability to analyze the potential for catastrophic losses arising from exposures located within park boundaries.

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March 27th, 2013

Profitable Growth Opportunities

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Here we present recent GC Capital Ideas stories focusing on profitable growth. 

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