Japanese life insurers, a model to follow

According to Moody’s, Japanese life insurers remain profitable despite the persistent decrease of interest rates over the last two decades. The efficient strategies for liability management and new product design stand among the solutions considered by local players.

In order to overcome the difficulties triggered by low interest rates, Japanese life insurers paradoxically tend to invest in high-yield riskier assets, a practice that ought to be better balanced.

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