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Published in 07/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
The view that deleveraging in the U.S. is complete misses the point. Repeated bouts of government-supported credit creation are colliding with each other and declining in effectiveness.
Published in 06/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
Inflation is too low, say central bankers. But there are reasons that this may solve itself.
Published in 05/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
Janet Yellen’s recently expressed sentiments are praiseworthy but do not make for good monetary policy. This is likely to increase the odds of financial volatility.
Published in 04/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
Financial markets’ behavior is entering central bankers’ field of vision after long being ignored. This has the potential to change the rules.
Published in 03/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
Central bank policy has been successful, if judged by its intent of promoting risk taking. But the resulting distortions turn up in unexpected places.
Published in 02/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
Ideology explains a lot, and central bankers' belief in suspension of market forces is an unprecedented experiment. Its unwinding has begun in the U.S., and in the long run that is a good thing. How it works out in the nearer term remains to be seen.
Published in 02/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by Mark Yu, Enterprise Risk and Capital Management Professional
This issue of General ReView focuses on the "implicit" net investment spread estimated for the US life insurance companies and shows interesting trends and stories for the last decade for the industry.
Published in 01/01/2014 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
With their choices limited, the U.S. central bank has effectively made stock market inflation an instrument of monetary policy. The gleeful response of investors has produced valuations that are unattractive.
Published in 12/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
The Federal Reserve's largesse does, in the words of its own Jeremy Stein, "flow into all of the cracks". The result is elevated valuations, from Twitter to emerging market debt. This film has been run before.
Published in 11/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
The debt ceiling fracas astonished the world, understandably. But the philosophy of the radicals in the Tea Party radicals is not new.
Published in 10/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
The Federal Reserve’s decision in September to continue quantitative easing at its current level was a surprise, inconsistent with experience, and even with the recent observations of one or more of its prominent members. It is also a mistake.
Published in 09/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
Private equity’s entrance into the single family home market coincided with the acceleration in home prices over the last year and a half. Early returns were impressive, but rising values and competition has had a self –limiting effect on returns.
Published in 08/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO
The Federal Reserve's strategy has been to support consumption by inflating asset values. But the results are less predictable than those of conventional monetary policy. Recent events suggest that central banks may not be omnipotent after all.
Published in 08/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by Jim Bachman, VP Capital Management
For this General ReView, we estimate the 99.5 inter-period annual Enterprise VaR and T-VaR for every U.S. domestic Property and Casualty company with invested assets exceeding $50 million at year-end 2012.
Published in 07/01/2013 in Risk Management category by John Gilbert, CIO, GR-NEAM
Central bankers are talking more about the unintended consequences of their actions. Ebullient risk takers beware.
Published in 06/01/2013 in Industry Solutions category by Mark Yu, Enterprise Capital Risk
This issue starts with highlights of the U.S. Life industry’s 10-year history of statutory operating and investment results and trends and concludes wtih key industry observations and trends.
Published in 06/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO, GR-NEAM
The discovery of an error in a seminal paper exploring the consequences of high debt levels has placed supporters of fiscal austerity on the back foot. But similar findings on the costs of high levels of indebtedness remain, so far, undisturbed.
Published in 05/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO, GR-NEAM
Standing national stereotypes on their heads, the Japanese government has taken the mantle of lead risk taker. Neither they, nor anybody else, has any idea how this will turn out.
Published in 05/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by Jim Bachman, VP Capital Management
The 2012 year proved to be difficult for industry wide operating results, a continuing theme since 2008. Similarly, fixed income markets offered (near) record low yields as equity markets continued to rebound from their 2008-2009 collapse.
Published in 04/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO, GR-NEAM
As the U.S. stock market returned to its previous highs in recent weeks, a chorus of confidence predicted continuing gains. The historical evidence is not encouraging, since expectations are already incorporated into stock prices.
Published in 03/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO, GR-NEAM
Jeremy Stein of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors recently spoke on the subject of unintended consequences of unconventional monetary policy. The Fed thus begins to admit that the observations of capital markets observers have a point.
Published in 02/01/2013 in Insurance Products category by John Gilbert, CIO, GR-NEAM
The recent Japanese turn to more stimulus and devaluation, austerity in the U.K. and fiscal paralysis in the U.S. affirm that developed countries have little idea how to escape their fiscal traps.