Tag Archives : Fredrik Finnman

Solvency 2 and captives – a SWERMA perspective

The Swedish risk management association SWERMA has written to the country’s financial regulator over issues relating to the implementation of the Solvency II regulations and captive companies.

The comments, prepared by me as Chairman of SWERMA, and CEO of ASSA ABLOY Insurance, and two SWERMA board members, Annika Forsgren
CEO Insurance AB Gota Lejon, and Ola Nilsson
CEO SCA Insurance AB, stated that: Continue reading


Expert Views

The Nordic insurance market has adapted well to the shift from broker commissions to fees. By Erik Börjesson

Traditionally, the Nordic insurance market had relatively low broker involvement. Over the last 25 years however, brokers have increased their operations, and all the major broking houses now have operations in the Nordic countries. Continue reading


Building risk culture and the effect of quantitative risk assessment and monetary incentives

A common challenge for risk managers is to motivate business managers to continuously identify and mitigate risks. This is particularly demanding in organizations were risk awareness and risk culture is immature. Continue reading