New York — Insurers may be optimistic about the future role of enterprise risk management (ERM), but there are gaps that must be filled in order to achieve ERM’s maximum value, according to senior insurance executives who attended a recent roundtable.

Hosted by the New York-based Insurance Advisory Services (IAS) practice of Ernst & Young LLP, the insurance executives met to discuss preliminary findings from the research consultancy’s 2008 Insurance Risk Leadership Survey.

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