Insurance

Helping insurers optimise their investment portfolio to achieve their asset yield, capital efficiency and responsible investment objectives and supporting their reporting requirements

Insurers have unique investment needs. On the one hand they need to generate sufficient returns on their assets to meet long-term commitments to policyholders. On the other, stringent regulation means that any investment risk needs to be balanced against solvency capital requirements and the potential for balance sheet volatility.

At Aberdeen Standard Investments, we’ve been helping insurers manage these challenges for almost 200 years. We provide access to a range of strategies and asset classes that target to help enhance the risk-adjusted return on a portfolio. Plus we provide a complete service to meet reporting and fiduciary requirements, including complete investment outsourcing where required.

Our vision is to invest for a better future; environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations have been an integral part of our decision-making process for almost 30 years. We recognise insurers will have their own responsible investment philosophy; be it geared towards integration of ESG considerations or towards strategies that incorporate stronger sustainability or ethical principles, we have strategies & expertise available to help you implement and monitor your approach.

Key Benefits

Proven partner for insurers

Clients range from global groups to specialist providers. All are supported by our dedicated insurance solutions team with extensive actuarial, reporting and risk management expertise.

From investment to reporting

We provide investment approaches from pooled to customised portfolios or complete investment outsourcing. Insurers can benefit from the strategies & expertise on hand to help deliver your responsible investment philosophy. A complete investment universe to help diversify risk while enhancing potential return includes active, quant, multi-asset, private market and alternative investment.

Insurers can also receive full asset and risk reporting. This includes comprehensive Solvency II reporting and an internal ratings process for private markets.