Managing Financial Risks In (Re)Insurance In The Postpandemic World
Written by Thomas Weber & Jörg Günther
A featured article of our July 2021 edition of PRMIA's Intelligent Risk quarterly newsletter
After almost 25 years of relative macroeconomic stability and growth – a period called the Great Moderation (1980s to 2007)1, the shock of the Global Financial Crisis in 2007/2008 has now been succeeded by another global crisis, the coronavirus pandemic. This pandemic has caused a global economic shock not seen before in the past 75 years, triggering a rollercoaster ride in the financial markets. At the same time, debt levels are at record highs. Additionally, central banks are increasing their balance sheets, thus raising major concerns.
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