RPI may be flawed, but changes shouldn’t cost pensioners and investors
16 Mar 2020
With the start of the consultation for proposed changes to the measurement of inflation in the UK, we look at the likely impact to asset classes, the assets most affected, and the key issues investors should be aware of.
The future of insurance
17 May 2019
The insurance industry has evolved rapidly since the financial crisis. The next decade is shaping up to be every bit as transformative as firms grapple with a host of factors, most notably the unfolding regulatory framework, digital disruption and climate change.
The AIQ Podcast: Beyond the cave
10 Jul 2018
This latest episode of the AIQ Podcast investigates how behavioural finance is being transformed by data science.
Beyond the cave: behavioural science meets data science
10 Jul 2018
The idea unconscious biases influence decision-making in financial markets is nothing new. But behavioural finance has taken on new relevance in the age of Big Data and artificial intelligence.
The AIQ Podcast: Who wants to live forever?
11 Jun 2018
This latest episode of the AIQ Podcast, we look at the implications of increasing life expectancy for individuals, companies and policymakers. Specifically, we’ll look at what this means for the advisory, pensions and insurance industries.
Commercial real estate finance: opportunities for insurers
21 Nov 2017
Insurers seeking capital efficient returns are looking closely at private assets, lured by attractive yields with underlying security and strong borrower protections. Real estate finance may fit the bill, and benefits from advantageous capital treatment under Solvency II.
Don't discount Solvency II
12 Oct 2016
Solvency II was written for insurers, but its risk management and valuation ethos can benefit UK pension schemes, writes John Dewey