Blogger Archives: Richard Waller

Richard Waller

Richard Waller has over 20 years experience working in and consulting to the life insurance industry with significant experience advising on corporate transactions, risk management, finance transformation, and strategic topics. Specialties: Insurance business strategy, balance sheet management, risk / capital management, corporate transactions, finance transformation, key client management, business development

Avoid a reporting crisis: Useful tips – part 3

Having gone to the time and trouble of identifying and following through on objectives that help transform reporting processes, the last thing companies want, or can afford, is to miss out on the longer-term efficiencies and payback. As anyone who … Continue reading →

Avoid a reporting crisis: Useful tips – Part 2

Implementing reporting process transformation has to be a multi-discipline, collaborative exercise. Continuing our recent series of blog posts on the driving forces behind reporting process transformation in European insurance companies and some tips for achieving it, we move on to … Continue reading →

Avoid a reporting crisis: Useful tips – part 1

Reporting process transformation is becoming a major issue for many European insurers. As previewed in our recent blog post, a few tips that we’ve gathered from the work we’ve been doing in this area may help companies along the way. … Continue reading →

Avoid a reporting crisis

Many European insurers’ existing financial and capital reporting processes are becoming increasingly unworkable and unsustainable in the face of burgeoning regulatory and accounting demands. Process transformation, rather than constant fire-fighting, is emerging as the only long-term solution. The Solvency II … Continue reading →