Insurers are increasingly optimistic about investment opportunities and many are willing to take on more portfolio risk, according to “Growing but Tempered Optimism,” the 2013 Goldman Sachs Asset Management insurance survey.
Chief investment officers and chief financial officers, however, have differing opinions; more than 40 percent of insurance chief investment officers intend to increase portfolio risk, whereas CFOs are more conservative regarding appropriate risk levels.
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