Start time: 11.30 am
End time: 12.30 pm
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Most of the discussions to date have focussed on the link between ESG factors and investment performance. From wildfires to hurricanes, however, recent years’ experience has shown us that ESG factors can also have a significant impact on the liability side of an insurer’s balance sheet.
In this presentation, we take a more holistic view of ESG risks - with a particular focus on climate change - and consider the potential future implications for life insurer balance sheets.
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Covering the following:
- ESG risks and how these affect insurance investment choices
- Potential impacts on the liability side
- The potential interaction between climate change and mortality rates
Ross leads the Insurance Investment and Asset Liability Management (ALM) services within Hymans Robertson’s Life & Financial Services practice. He is a Life Actuary with over 17 years’ experience across consulting, industry and investment banking. Ross has significant experience in advising insurers on investment, hedging and capital management strategies, and running ALM functions of Life companies.
Clarence Er is a Senior Consultant in the Life and Financial Services practice at Hymans Robertson, specialising in the fields of insurance investment and risk & capital management. He is a life actuary with nine years of experience across industry and consulting. Clarence is also active in several Institute and Faculty of Actuaries working parties across the various areas such as IFRS 17, retirement products and climate change.
Liam is an actuary and life consultant in the Life and Financial Services team at Hymans, focusing on investment and ALM. Liam works with a broad range of Hymans’ clients from across the market – including insurers, asset managers and social sector organisations – helping them to set investment strategies and to understand, more generally, the investment landscape under Solvency II.
LIA Accreditation: This event has been accredited by the LIA.
Institute of Bankers Accreditation: This event has been accredited by the Institute of Bankers.