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2022 Insurance Hot Topics

Thursday, January 20, 2022
Live Webinar
2 Hours

North America Insurance Hot Topics Event

Please join S&P Global Ratings on Thursday, January 20 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET for our annual Insurance Hot Topics Seminar that will focus on the key credit considerations for the U.S. insurance industry in the year ahead. This event will be hosted in a virtual format. 

Our senior analysts will present and discuss the key factors driving our 2022 outlooks on U.S. Life Insurance, U.S. Property/Casualty Insurance, Global Reinsurance and U.S. Health Insurance. In addition, we will discuss our recently published Request for Comment related to our proposed update to our Insurer Risk-Based Capital Adequacy criteria, as well as our updated analysis of ESG credit indicators and other climate-related factors.

Related Publications:

Request For Comment: Insurer Risk-Based Capital Adequacy--Methodology And Assumptions

Understanding S&P Global Ratings' Request For Comment On Proposed Changes To Its Insurer Risk-Based Capital Adequacy Methodology

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