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APRIL 13, 2021 09:54 AM (EDT)

AM Best TV Presents “The Greening of Insurance Asset Management: The Push for Responsible Investing”

 Lee McDonald
Group Vice President, Publication & News Services
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OLDWICK - APRIL 13, 2021 09:54 AM (EDT)
In AM Best’s four-part series, “The Greening of Insurance Asset Management,” top industry leaders discuss how the insurance asset management sector is adapting to meet emerging standards and expectations for climate risk and social responsibility.

From the United Nations to nations and states, regulators and representatives are aligning investing standards with concerns about climate risk and social responsibility. In this segment, insurance and asset experts discuss the strategies and products designed to lower the stress of complying with the new standards and expectations. Watch now: .

Tune in to hear from these industry leaders:

  • David Altmaier, president, NAIC, Insurance Commissioner, Florida

  • Sonia Axter, managing director, infrastructure investments, Ullico Investment Advisors

  • Chuck Chamness, president and CEO, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC)

  • Stewart Foley, founder and editor-in-chief, Insurance AUM Journal

  • Chris Fowle, director of the Americas, Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)

  • Tom Karol, general counsel, Federal, NAMIC

  • Sean Kevelighan, president and CEO, Insurance Information Institute

  • Mike Kreidler, insurance commissioner, Washington

  • David Sampson, president and CEO, American Property Casualty Insurance Association

  • Patrizio Urciuoli, executive vice president and co-head of strategy and asset allocation, Liberty Mutual

  • Grace Vandecruze, founder and managing director, Grace Global Capital

  • Ross Webber, managing director, Bermuda, Apex

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