Insurance CROs Focus on Core Processes and Tools

Having established core capabilities last year, chief risk officers now are focused on making core processes and tools work better, according to Ernst & Young survey.

INN Breaking News, March 25, 2014

Chris McMahon

Having derisked balance sheets to desired levels in 2013, and with investments performing as expected, chief risk officers now are able to invest more time and energy on the effectiveness of enterprise risk management, and many now are seeking to embed more data-driven and analytics-based practices within their operations, according to “Increasing Authority And Higher Organizational Profiles 2014 Insurance CRO Survey,” from Ernst & Young, a management consulting company.

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