A decline in manufacturing and persisting trade tensions have resulted in a narrowing gap between the U.S. and other developed markets, who were previously lagging.
As the insurance industry faces yet another year of late cycle behaviour, weak growth figures, Fed cuts, as well as the uncertainty of the 2020 Presidential election, economic factors remain surprisingly healthy and do not indicate an impending recession. Despite this, U.S. based insurers must implement a flexible approach to portfolio construction in order to navigate a number of shifting factors including changes to the Global Central Bank policy, developing technologies and political volatility.
The Insurance Asset Management Summit, North America 2020 will bring together leading insurers from the tri-state area in investment strategy, risk management and treasury roles, to discuss practical solutions to a variety of industry driven issues, both macro and micro.
Following the success of the release of the fourth Insurance Asset Management, North America Report, the Summit will provide a regional outlook on key issues impacting the insurance industry, in order to expand the investment toolkit available to our Summit attendees.