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Solutions for insurers with the ‘power of three’

Solutions for insurers with the ‘power of three’

03-02-2020 | Insight

The continuing low yield environment and increasing regulatory requirements for insurers make it vital to have the right investment partner. Robeco works with insurance companies to create customized solutions to meet their distinct regulatory and investment challenges.

Our core offerings for insurers include credit strategies and customized factor investing across both fixed income and equities. We integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into all of our investment processes as standard, and we have the ability to tailor the extent of ESG integration according to each insurer’s needs.

This ‘power of three’ embracing sustainability, credits and quant can be blended according to the insurer’s wishes, using one, two or all three of them as desired. This proven ability enables clients to take what they want most and thereby create a bespoke solution.

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For insurers to make the most of a strategy, customization is essential.

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