Leading insurers and service firms to the industry rely on Conning's analyses to make smarter, more informed decisions about their business.
Most investors, including insurance companies, construct their portfolios using traditional asset classes. This approach has served institutional investors for decades, but an alternate approach using risk factors has some potential advantages due to a more granular approach.
Conning’s latest State of the States U.S. municipal bond report shows that while state revenues have been on a steady climb since the 2008 recession, they are now showing signs of strain.
Insurance industry M&A truly went global in 2015, and a noteworthy segment of the attention came from China and Japan. Conning summarizes the scope of this in a new report, and the author said he expects both trends to continue.
Expands Team With Hire of Two LDI Professionals from J.P. Morgan
Conning CIO, Rich Sega, brings valuable insight into some of the challenges that CIOs are facing in this prolonged low interest rate environment, and discusses industry trends and opportunities that CIOs should consider for their portfolios.
Joe Mayo, Head of Credit Research at Conning, talks about how high dividend equities can help support portfolios in 2016 and beyond.
Conning, today announced that it has completed the previously-announced acquisition of Octagon Credit Investors, LLC (“Octagon”).
Firm’s 5-Year U.S. High Dividend Equity Strategy Track Record Outperforms Peer Investment Strategies.
Municipal bonds serve a variety of important purposes for insurance company portfolios. Learn what factors institutional investors should keep in mind when investing in muni bonds.
One of the key benefits of the MLP structure is that it is a publicly traded partnership combining the tax advantages of a partnership with the capital-raising and liquidity advantages of a publicly traded corporation.
Conning is a global provider of asset management, risk management, capital management and industry research services for insurance companies.
HDE seeks to generate strong current income with growth potential overtime and secondarily long term capital appreciation
MLPs trade on major exchanges and earn at least 90% of their income from qualifying natural resources.
Conning's Scott Hawkins discusses new entrants into the retirement market.