2019 European Insurance Conference

November 6, 2019 | UK

S&P Global Ratings and S&P Global Market Intelligence Ratings are excited to host the 2019 European Insurance Conference on Wednesday, 6th November 2019. The conference will serve you with topical panels featuring key industry leaders, and provide valuable networking opportunities and face-to-face discussions with peers and S&P Global representatives. Following recent dovish tones and accommodative actions from major global central banks, the insurance industry’s familiar foe – low, or even negative, interest rates – looks to have regained the top spot as a key concern for insurers’ earnings and balance sheets in the coming years.

Spotlight

Direct Recognition vs Non-Direct Recognition, which one is better? Which one do you want? When an insurance company issues a contract they agree to assume certain risks on behalf of the policyholder in exchange for a premium. One of the risks they have to assume is the risk associated with providing loans to policyholders who want to leverage their death benefit to take a policy loan. 1. They can force ALL policyholders to assume the risk associated when someone takes a policy loan against their policy. (this is called non-direct recognition).


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Spotlight

Direct Recognition vs Non-Direct Recognition, which one is better? Which one do you want? When an insurance company issues a contract they agree to assume certain risks on behalf of the policyholder in exchange for a premium. One of the risks they have to assume is the risk associated with providing loans to policyholders who want to leverage their death benefit to take a policy loan. 1. They can force ALL policyholders to assume the risk associated when someone takes a policy loan against their policy. (this is called non-direct recognition).

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