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22 whitepapers and resources

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Global catastrophe recap: March 2015

March windstorms cause billion-dollar damage across Europe. Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe modeling development center of Aon Benfield, continuously tracks the worldwide natural disaster perils and aggregates the insured and economic losses for each region in this monthly report.

International: Natural catastrophes

‘Acts of God’ were relatively benevolent last year, with insurers more stirred than shaken by reported losses. This article studies the latest natural catastrophe trends, policy exclusions, as well as recent advances in modelling and analytics capabilities.

News Analysis: Beware of El Niño

According to climatologists, there’s a 75%-80% chance that 2014 will be an El Niño year. It’s bad news for any multinational with interests in South America, South Africa, Asia-Pacific and India. This News Analysis looks at the climatic evidence and the likely impact on local and global markets.

2014 EY Asia-Pacific insurance outlook

Insurers in the Asia-Pacific region continue to face slower economic growth, low-interest-rates and strict regulation. However, reduced trade barriers and an increase in affluent consumers offer new opportunities. This whitepaper analyses the key factors shaping the Asia-Pacific insurance market.

Fall of the rupee highlights problems in emerging markets

Concern over the Indian rupee reflects a host of structural economic problems in the country and other high-growth developing countries in Asia and Latin America. This article sheds light on the underlying issues and the implications for risk managers, investors and European manufacturers.

ASHK newsletter: November 2012

In this issue, the ASHK invited submissions from actuarial societies of various APAC countries. The articles describe the issues facing insurers in their respective countries. Topics covered: Chinese insurance solvency standards, Singapore's RBC regime and off-shored Indian actuarial functions.