S&P Financial Products Company Modelderivatives—basically credit exposures that don't have a direct link to changes in market value. ... MR. ROSEMAN: When we apply this model, I don't care where it's been or where it's going; I'm just looking ...
Description: Presented at May 2002 Spring Meeting. Attendees learn about the new capital allocation, the financial products company 'FPC' model recently developed by S&P -including S&P's view of interest rate risk and credit risk in the FPC model, challenges of implementing the model for a life insurance company, and how the FPC model compares to economic capital methodology.Hide
- Authors: Craig Fowler, Ellen Woodruff, Robert N Roseman
- Date: May 2002
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Incorporate risk management
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Enterprise Risk Management>Capital management - ERM; Finance & Investments>Investments