Risk analysis of a non life insurer and traditional reinsurance effects on the solvency

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Abstract

The main pillars of the insurance management are market share, financial strength and return for stockholders' capital. To increase the volume of business is a natural target for the management of an insurance company, but that may cause a need of new capital for solvency requirements and consequently a reduction in profitability is likely to occur. An appropriate risk analysis is then to be carried out on the company, in order to assess appropriate strategies, among these reinsurance coverage are extremely relevant. At that regard risk theoretical models may be very useful to depict a risk-return framework and in this paper some results are emphasized for the insurance risk management analysis in case different reinsurance strategies are pursued.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)162-162
Number of pages1
JournalINSURANCE MATHEMATICS & ECONOMICS
Publication statusPublished - 2002

Keywords

  • non life insurer
  • risk analysis
  • solvency
  • traditional reinsurance

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