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Internal Model Myths

For a long time, many (re)insurance companies have realized the need for risk-based valuations and solvency capital measurement and have started developing internal economic capital models which suit their needs. This is without prompting from regulators and rating agencies. Why? Such models provide a common measurement basis across all risks (e.g. same methodology, time horizon, risk measure, level of confidence, etc.) and are a powerful tool for strategic decision-making, for example in capital allocation and pricing.

2009-09-01T12:38:20+00:00September 1st, 2009|

Liquidity Risk Management

This paper is part of a series of work by the CRO Forum under their Best Risk Management Practices initiative.The paper outlines important principles and considerations that should be part of best risk management practice for the management of liquidity risk within an insurance company. The primary focus of this paper is the management of liquidity risk where the company bears the risk, as opposed to the policyholder.

2008-10-29T08:35:45+00:00October 29th, 2008|

Feedback on CEIOPS Consultation Paper 13

The Chief Risk Officer Forum ('CRO Forum') comprises risk officers of the major European insurance companies and financial conglomerates, and was formed to address the key relevant risk issues. It is a technical group focused on developing and promoting industry best practices in risk management.

2006-09-15T12:25:03+00:00September 15th, 2006|
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