Fernando Casanova Aizpun – Senior Economist Swiss Re Institute

Fernando Casanova Aizpun – Senior Economist at Swiss Re

Fernando Casanova Aizpun is a Senior Economist at the Swiss Re Institute, where he specializes in economic research and analysis with a focus on the insurance industry.

His expertise encompasses a wide range of topics including monetary policy, inflation, and global economic trends. Casanova Aizpun has contributed to numerous publications and reports, such as the “Global House Prices: The Road Back to Earth” and analyses on the impacts of El Niño and La Niña in Latin America.

I am an economist with experience in monetary policy and insurance-related research. My interests include nature, sports, politics, and philosophy

At Swiss Re, he is involved in creating insightful content that helps understand and navigate economic conditions affecting the insurance sector. His work supports the development of strategies to manage risks and capitalize on economic opportunities in the insurance market.

Before joining Swiss Re, Fernando Casanova Aizpun gained extensive experience in economic research, enhancing his ability to provide valuable insights into complex economic issues. His contributions have been pivotal in shaping the understanding of economic dynamics within the context of insurance and reinsurance.

A three-month internship in the Monetary Policy and Economic Research department that led to an entry-level analyst position. I had rotations with all seven divisions: Monetary Analysis, Monetary Policy, Fiscal Analysis, Outlook Analysis, Economic Research, Financial Statistics and Macroeconomic Models.

Latest reviews by Fernando Casanova Aizpun
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El Niño & La Niña. Direct Impact for Insurance Industry
Insurance alone cannot help protect the region from disruption caused by severe weather events brought by El Niño and La Niña
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Global Economic and Insurance Market Outlook 2023-2024
Analytics expect global GDP to grow by just 1.7% in real terms in 2023 as inflationary recessions approach major economies
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Insurance and Macroeconomic Outlook in Financial System Stresses
The global insurance industry faces multiple pressures this year but we expect rate hardening to regain momentum in response
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Global Insurance Premium Volumes to Reach New High
For insurers, the main inflation impact will show in rising claims costs, more in non-life than life insurance in which policy benefits are defined at inception
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Global Insurance Premium to surpass $7 trillion. World Insurance Outlook
Swiss Re estimate strong 6.1% nominal growth in total premiums (non-life and life) in 2022. That translates into near flat growth (+0.4%)