Conning Named to "2021 Best Places to Work in Money Management" List by Pensions & Investments


For the second year in a row, Conning has been recognized as one of the “2021 Best Places to Work in Money Management” among firms of our size by Pensions & Investments, one of the premier publications covering the asset management industry.

Conning is Pleased to Announce its Newest Focus Series - Asset Manager Re/Insurers: What’s so Different?


The Conning Focus Series report, “Asset Manager Re/Insurers: What’s so Different?” is the third in a four-part series that Conning is releasing in 2021 to examine the role new asset managers and private equity firms are playing in shifting the annuity market’s competitive landscape.

Sean Kurian Discusses the Pension Risk Transfer Market


Sean Kurian, Head of Institutional Solutions, comments on the pension risk transfer market in a PlanSponsor article. 

Conning Viewpoint Identifies Four Municipal Bond Strategies to Help Insurers Improve Portfolio Diversification, Quality and Yield


Conning has posted a Viewpoint highlighting four municipal bond strategies that may offer insurers opportunities to improve portfolio diversification, yield and quality.

Marcus McGregor Discusses the Oil Markets in MarketWatch


Marcus McGregor, Head of Commodities Research, comments on the current state of oil markets in a MarketWatch article. 

Sean Kurian Discusses the 2021 Liability-Driven Investment Survey in Chief Investment Officer


Sean Kurian, Head of Institutional Solutions, comments on the 2021 liability-driven investment survey in Chief Investment Officer

Updated Conning Analysis of Distribution Costs Now Available to WSIA Members


The Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association (WSIA) released recent results of an analysis conducted by Conning that provided an objective analysis of the distribution costs, cost structure and ratios between the wholesale and retail channels.

ESG in the Insurance Industry: Environmental and Investment Considerations for Insurers


The Conning Focus Series, “ESG in the Insurance Industry: Environmental and Investment Considerations for Insurers” examines the broad range of strategic options insurance companies are using to evaluate investments, from simple measures such as negative screens that exclude certain investments, to increasingly complex measures such as developing a proprietary ESG score, balancing the options of divesting or engaging with companies, and investing in green bonds.

Rich Sega Comments on the Upcoming Federal Reserve Chair Nomination


Rich Sega, Global Chief Investment Strategist, comments on the impending Federal Reserve chair appointment in

Matthew Reilly Discusses Insurer Asset Allocation Trends


Matthew Reilly, Managing Director in Conning’s Institutional Solutions group, discusses insurer asset allocation trends in a FundFire article.