Risk Dynamics

Risk Dynamics, Belgium, is one of the ICMIF Supporting Members and the organisation specialises in risk management. They have been very active in supporting recent ICMIF events including the recent Solvency II Solutions Seminar in which Managing Partner Dr Dominique Bourrat gave a presentation on the Risk Management Maturity Assessment Survey which had been carried out with ICMIF members....

‘UK Executive board members must evidence a superior level of challenge regarding the complexities of Solvency II regulations or face losing their FSA approval’.

 This was just one of the tough messages of reform that were applauded by leaders from the global mutual insurance industry during the recent ICMIF Solvency II Solutions Seminar which took place on Thursday, May 24, 2012 during...

The video presentations and slides from the 2012 Meeting of Reinsurance Officials, held May 2-4 in Paris, France are now available on the conference web site.

We would like to thank all those who joined us, and are delighted to report that initial analysis of feedback suggests that this MORO has surpassed previous events in terms of the quality of agenda and presentations and the...

One of the key topics at the forthcoming Solvency II Solutions event for ICMIF members, Thursday, May 24, will be how to manage insurance risk for profit under the new Solvency II regime. Typically over 60% of the Solvency Capital Requirement (SCR) for a non-life insurer comes from insurance risk. Insurers can manage or reduce the SCR associated with insurance risk through diversification and...

As you may know, during the last few months we have been collaborating with our Supporting Members - Willis Re, PartnerRe, Invesco, Risk Dynamics, A.M. Best and Clyde & Co to deliver a unique one day event in London, England on May 24th which will be tailored to the specific Solvency II challenges facing our global membership.

The event is free of charge to ICMIF members as it is...

Voice is ICMIF’s quarterly magazine, containing stories and news embracing the sector as well as in-depth interviews with chief executives.

From this issue:

On October 17, 2011, Tan Suee Chieh announced that NTUC Income was going orange. His aim over the next four years is to lead his staff at Singapore based member, NTUC Income, in an ‘Orange Revolution’. The ...