Making the Case for Economic Risk Capital and Risk-Adjusted Performance Measurement Frameworksagencies want to see that this year. They don't care when it's enacted. You as a company have to fess ... look at economic capital and what some of the primary ways of measuring performance within it are. I'll ...
Description: A number of insurance companies have recently implemented, or are in the process of implementing, economic risk capital. These programs are being implemented because of concerns with the existing regulatory and accounting frameworks and/or companies' desire to have a capital framework which is more consistent with their risk profile. From the Record of the Society of Actuaries, Volume 30, No. 2, Spring Meeting, San Antonio, TX, June 14-15, 2004, Session 47PD.Hide
- Authors: Hubert B Mueller, Jose Siberon, Kevin Reimer
- Date: Jun 2004
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial methods in business operations
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Finance & Investments>Capital management - Finance & Investments; Finance & Investments>Economic capital
Capital and Hedge Modeling for Variable Annuitiesyou care about the long-term statutory balance sheet. If you’re a company, you may very well care about ... 5 that if you’re not diversified, we don’t care how much capital you hold, it’s inadequate, you ...
Description: Panelists discuss economic capital, capital modeling, and hedge modeling, especially for guaranteed living benefits [GLBs] on variable annuities. Session 34PD of the 2005 Valuation Actuary Symposium.Hide
- Authors: Hubert B Mueller, Application Administrator, Ulrich Stengele
- Date: Jan 2005
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Process and technique refinement
- Topics: Finance & Investments>Capital management - Finance & Investments; Finance & Investments>Economic capital; Modeling & Statistical Methods>Stochastic models