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This presentation explores some liability-aware investment solutions to address local regulatory changes faced by insurance companies in Asia.
A number of countries in Asia will strengthen or implement their own risk-based capital frameworks in coming years (e.g. Singapore in 2020, HK in 2022, ICS by 2025). Consequently, insurers are expected to review their investment strategies on the general account with increased ALM considerations. Despite similarities between 2rframeworks, there should not be a single optimal approach for all jurisdictions. Insurance investment solutions will need to adapt to each country specificities and capture local market environment and regulatory rules (e.g. Matching Adjustment).
Thibaut Ferret, Aberdeen Standard Investments
Thibaut Ferret is Senior Solutions Director for Asia Pacific region at Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) in Hong Kong. As part of the Client Solutions Group, his role is to ensure the delivery of customized investment solutions in Asia by leveraging on ASI’s investment expertise and portfolio construction capabilities. Thibaut is also a non-executive director at Heng Ang Standard Life, a life insurance company in China.
Prior to joining the firm in 2018, Thibaut worked as Head of ALM for Sun Life Hong Kong and Regional Head of Investments for AXA Asia. He was previously Head of Financial Engineering for AXA Investment Managers in Paris, principally in charge of designing bespoke multi-asset solutions for institutional investors. Thibaut started his career in Singapore in private banking and had subsequent risk roles for banks in Paris. Thibaut holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering from Mines ParisTech in France. He is also a CFA® charterholder and a fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in the UK
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