Economic Measurement of Insurance Liabilities: The Risk and Capital Perspectivewriting the product, nor is there typically a direct relation between this margin and the risk premium ... NGAI supporters view the premium received as the primary or only indication of the appropriate risk margin ...
Description: Insurance company financial reporting and performance measurement are going through a significant transformation. Insurers are beginning to look at their business based on what many refer to as the “economic value framework.” Under this framework insurance companies determine the economic value of the capital invested in their business and the economic value of earnings to derive a risk-adjusted return on capital. Standard setters, primarily European insurance regulators through Solvency II and the International Accounting Standards Board through IFRS Phase II, propose adopting many of these concepts for solvency and performance reporting.Hide
- Authors: Larry Rubin, Randy Tillis, Michael J Lockerman, Xiaokai Shi
- Date: Mar 2009
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Problem analysis and definition; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Process and technique refinement
- Publication Name: Actuarial Practice Forum
- Topics: Finance & Investments>Economic capital; Finance & Investments>Economic value; Financial Reporting & Accounting; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Fair value accounting