Today’s dynamic business environment is characterised by unprecedented levels of uncertainty, ambiguity, and volatility. These conditions have been magnified by the insurance market’s counter-cyclicality – conventional insurance pricing has been high, and its availability limited, at precisely the time when it is needed most.
CEOs, CFOs, CROs and insurance managers have been confronted with the need to review insurance usage as a financial risk transfer solution. Strategy around risk retention, and the role that captive insurance can play, have been front-and-centre to C-Suite deliberations.
To help organisations make better decisions around strategic risk finance, Aon, in partnership with Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, has examined the captive instruments available, including corporation captives, virtual captives, and protected cell captives.
Watch the video sessions below for insights from Aon and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions specialists on enterprise risk and re-insurance markets, and the opportunities, benefits and limitations associated with captive mechanisms.
Enterprise Risk and Insurance Market Context
In this session we examine the current market trends and what may motivate an organisation to consider structured risk retention mechanisms.
- Richard Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Reinsurance, Asia
- Richard Waterer, Global Risk Consulting Leader, Aon