[Ita:]In the last few years an ever-increasing attention has been turned to the Solvency problem. Supervision Authorities carried out deep analysis about it, with the aim to have stronger tests on the Insurance Company Business and to ensure more protection to policy holders. Recent research in the Solvency II emphasize the need to turn to a three-pillar approach, individualized by a minimum patrimonial requirement, examined following the insurance market complexity, supported by appropriate internal models to manage and estimate the default risks connected with Insurance Business. From this point of view an accurate assessment of the underwriting risk become very important. Therefore it is very meaningful to analyse the behaviour both of the claim number and of their amount as regards to different lines of business. So it is interesting to examine a specific line of business: we will consider policies covering fire risk on the industrial sector. First we will investigate the behaviour of the amount of claims to test which distributions fit better the available data. Historical series concerning the last few years will make possible to understand if the results achieved are appropriate over all considered period.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Fire risk: an analysis for the industrial sector.|
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Annali n.12 Università del Sannio|
|Numero di pagine||24|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2007|
- Costo aggregato dei sinistri
- Distribuzioni di Probabilità
- Rischio Incendio