Wednesday, May 10, 2023
Moody’s has secured #1 rankings in both the Chartis QuantTech50 and the Insurance Analytics25, two prestigious industry distinctions that reflect a continued investment in innovative solutions.
"Our integrated data and analytics are critical in helping customers decode risk and unlock opportunity for their organizations,” said Nick Reed, Chief Product Officer of Moody’s Analytics. “The latest Chartis rankings illustrate our strengths in delivering robust, innovative solutions that help address risk in new ways.”
The QuantTech50 ranks the world’s leading providers of quantitative solutions for the financial services industry, assessing quantitative modeling and software, levels of innovation, and quality of underlying computational infrastructure. The scoring is based on five criteria: breadth and coverage, impact, computational infrastructure, innovation, and strategy. Among the companies listed in the QuantTech50, Moody’s has the highest scores for breadth and coverage, impact, and strategy.
The Insurance Analytics25 covers computational infrastructure and algorithmic efficiency of the vast array of technology tools used across the insurance industry. Chartis noted Moody’s breadth of offerings and ubiquity in the industry as one of few firms that cover both life and property and casualty (P&C) insurance. In addition, Chartis lauded Moody’s depth in scenario generation and stress testing, as well as its ability to merge climate data into models in statistically constructive and meaningful ways. Moody’s 2021 acquisition of RMS complements existing climate data and technical capabilities.
This latest award wins come on the heels of Moody’s #1 overall ranking in the Chartis RiskTech100® annual report, the industry’s most comprehensive study of the world's 100 leading providers of risk and compliance technology.
"Moody’s QuantTech rankings are testament to the company’s overall breadth of solutions and continued innovation in new analytics and credit theory,” said Sidhartha Dash, Chief Researcher at Chartis Research. “Moody’s integration of climate data is a step towards a more holistic view of risk that insurers are looking for now.”
Moody’s increasingly interoperable suite of solutions draws on its unique multi-dimensional integrated risk assessment capabilities. The company will continue to focus on building innovative products and solutions that deliver this correlated insight arising from its unique understanding of risk.
Chartis Research is the leading provider of research and analysis on the global market for risk technology. Chartis’s goal is to support enterprises as they drive business performance through improved risk management, corporate governance and compliance, and to help clients make informed technology and business decisions by providing in-depth analysis and actionable advice on virtually all aspects of risk technology.
Read more about Moody’s recent awards and accolades.