The Singapore Life insurance industry is not only competitive and mature but is also bound by many rules and regulations that are largely driven by the different stakeholders.
For the participating business, the investment portfolio plays a central role in being able to maintain a top position in this market. Given this multi-dimensional complexity, insurance companies use an array of quantitative models to support investment decisions. Qualitative aspects are also integrated into these models. Such as reputational risk, operational aspects, ESG criteria and peer group metrics, all of which can be taken into account when specifying realistic boundary conditions in ALM optimization.