Articles tagged "Risk"

Aftershock: Can ‘model change’ impact the real economy in New Zealand?

Alexander Pui discusses the interaction of catastrophe modelling, under-insurance, credit ratings, and interest rates. He warns of the potential spiraling of under-insurance that could be triggered by a higher evaluation of earthquake risk in New Zealand.

Renaissance of the Effective Professional

Tim Gorst, Senior Manager at the NAB, tells us about the increasing focus on risk culture in financial services and how the effective professional contributes to a strong risk culture.

2015-2016 Asset Allocation Competition: Results

Sixty-two investors entered last year's Asset Allocation Competition that challenged competitors to assess risk and return in various sectors. Join Ben Trollip as he reveals the results of the competition and speaks to our winners.

Show me the money - Remuneration risk

Actuary Brett Riley runs us through the possibility that pay and incentive structures contribute to inappropriate risk taking.

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Environmental risks from a fixed income investor perspective

Yen Wong, Manager Credit in the Global Fixed Income team for Colonial First State Global Asset Management, describes the integration of environmental, social and governance issues into the credit analysis and investment process.

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Standing at the C-ROSS of China’s Insurance History

An Outline of China’s Risk Oriented Solvency System (C-ROSS)

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The Winner's Curse

Although the term may be unfamiliar, the Winner’s Curse is a subject that many actuaries have come across in one form or another and implicitly understand without having investigated in depth. Understanding the subject of the Winner’s Curse is important in some actuarial fields, in particular, Group Risk.

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