Here we present GC Capital Ideas’ stories on analyses of enterprise risk management disclosures. A 2014 study updated the analysis done in 2009, one of our most popular stories. The full briefings are attached.
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Here we review GC Capital Ideas posts on the benefits of enterprise risk management practices in supporting (re)insurance capital and regulatory decision making.
Here we review GC Capital Ideas posts on how catastrophic exposures are adversely impacting public entities.
Here we review GC Capital Ideas posts on the use of data to help gain insights into risk and develop risk management and mitigation solutions.
Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on the competing interests between the private sector (re)insurers and the public sector and their recognition of the benefits of working together.
Super Typhoon Nepartak made landfall on the southeast coast of Taiwan around 22 UTC on July 7, before final landfall as a tropical storm on Mainland China around 06 UTC on July 9. Nepartak has rendered significant flood impacts both in Taiwan and Mainland China according to media reports, with at least 10 and three dead in Mainland China and Taiwan, respectively. Flood impacts have been especially severe in Mainland China, which was affected by excessive monsoon rains just prior to Nepartak. Our first thoughts and concerns are with those lost and directly affected.
Here are the most recent CAT-i stories covering January through June of 2016.
Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on developing changes to Best’s Capital Adequacy Ratio (BCAR) and the potential impact of those changes on (re)insurers.
Here we review GC Capital Ideas posts on GC Securities* placement of catastrophe bonds completed over the first six months of 2016.
Toyota Motor Corporation expects to lose 80,000 units of production after shutting down nearly all of its assembly plants in Japan as a result of the Kumamoto Earthquake. The shutdowns occurred after disruption to two of its suppliers, Aisin Seiki, which produces automotive components and Renesas Electronics, a manufacturer of automotive microchips (1). Aisin Seiki said production at two plants that make engine and auto parts, semiconductors and other components have been stopped since April 14. Renesas’s plant was also shut down (2).