Tag: de-risking

RiskFirst’s Michael Carse discusses how to optimize pension de-risking strategies in BenefitsPRO Q&A

In a Q&A for BenefitsPRO, Michael Carse, DB Pensions Product Manager, RiskFirst, discusses how pension plans can implement and optimize their de-risking strategy. He examines how the changing landscape is creating opportunities to transfer risk, successful approaches to de-risking and how technology can support plans as they seek to implement complex solutions. To read the full article, …

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RiskFirst examines pension plan de-risking strategies in Pensions and Investments

Many US pension plans typically opt for one of two de-risking methods: either hibernation – creating a low risk liability driven investment portfolio, or termination – removing all risk through a combination of retiree annuity buyouts and bulk lump sum offerings to terminated vested participants. However, as even those opting for hibernation will have to …

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Risk climates of the Caribbean: Crown Agents Bank stays the course, according to Payments Compliance

Offering an update to an article in Payments Compliance – provider of regulatory, legal and compliance information and news – the CEO of Crown Agents Bank, Richard Jones, affirms that the bank is bucking the recent trend of de-risking in the Caribbean. The Caribbean has borne the brunt of banks’ retrenchment worldwide. Financial institutions in the region …

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Crown Agents Bank’s Richard Jones and Doug MacLennan talk compliance and commitment in Global Risk Regulator

Legislation designed to clamp down on financial crime is growing worldwide, but compliance with stricter regulation is expensive. In an interview with Global Risk Regulator – the Financial Times publication specialising in financial regulation – Richard Jones, CEO of Crown Agents Bank, and Doug MacLennan, Crown Agents Bank’s director and chief risk officer, offer their …

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