Helping you improve your investment portfolio in challenging markets
The pressures facing European insurers have never been greater. When it comes to investment, you need a strategy that delivers now – and can evolve to keep pace with the changing landscape.
Tackling the day-to-day management of this strategy without taking your eye off your core business can be a challenge.
This is why more insurers are recognising the benefits of outsourcing the management of their investment portfolio (aka fiduciary management or delegated investment).
The benefits of delegated investment
Delegating the day-to-day management of your investment portfolio to experts can help you to improve your returns in a risk-controlled, efficient and cost-effective manner.
Our approach gives you access to the best investment ideas, best research and best processes – enabling even smaller insurance firms to benefit from the expertise and economies of scale often reserved for their larger peers.
Aon’s insurance asset management services include:
Clients benefit from:
To read more about the challenges facing insurers, you can download a free report from ClearPath Analysis, including a roundtable debate and an examination of the current investment landscape.
If you want to listen to the webinar we held recently with Insurance Asset Risk on A Holistic Approach to Capital Optimisation, you can hear a recording here.
Read our recent article in Insurance Day outlining why insurers need to boost their investment strategies.
To find out more about how our insurer investment solutions could help you, please contact us.
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