The use of enterprise risk management applications continues to evolve, according to “2012 U.S. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Survey,” from Gen Re. The survey focused on setting biometric risk assumptions, which had largely been ignored by previous ERM research.

A study from Towers Watson asked insurers to rank areas of their business most impacted by their evolving ERM programs and found product pricing (51 percent versus 39 percent in 2010), risk strategy (48 percent versus 38 percent in 2010) and reinsurance strategy (44 percent versus 34 percent in 2010) were the leaders.

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