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Author Sandström, Arne
Title Handbook of Solvency for Actuaries and Risk Managers : Theory and Practice
Imprint London : CRC Press LLC, 2010
©2010
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (1084 pages)
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Series Chapman and Hall/CRC Finance Series
Chapman and Hall/CRC Finance Series
Note Front cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Reader's Guide -- Web Site Information -- Future Information -- Abbreviations -- PART A. Solvency Introduction -- Chapter 1. Solvency -- Chapter 2. A Historical Review -- Chapter 3. Managing Risks and the Enterprise -- Chapter 4. Summary of the Development of ERM and Solvency -- Chapter 5. Elements of Solvency Assessment Systems -- PART B. Valuation, Investments, and Capital -- Chapter 6. Total Balance Sheet Approach -- Chapter 7. Asset Valuation -- Chapter 8. Liability Valuation -- Chapter 9. Other Valuation Issues -- Chapter 10. Investments and Own Funds -- Chapter 11. Accounting Valuation -- PART C. Modeling and Measuring -- Chapter 12. Developing a Model -- Chapter 13. Dependence -- Chapter 14. Risk Measures -- Chapter 15. Capital Requirement -- Chapter 16. Risks and Subrisks -- Chapter 17. Market Risk -- Chapter 18. Credit Risk -- Chapter 19. Operational Risk -- Chapter 20. Liquidity Risk -- Chapter 21. Underwriting/Insurance Risk -- PART D. European Solvency II General Ideas, Valuation and Investment: Final Advice -- Chapter 22. European Solvency II: General Ideas -- Chapter 23. European Solvency II: Asset Valuation -- Chapter 24. European Solvency II Project: Liability Valuation -- Chapter 25. European Solvency II Project: Eligible Own Funds and Investments -- CHapter 26. Solvency II: Standard Formula Framework -- Chapter 27. Solvency II Standard Formula: Market Risk -- Chapter 28. Solvency II Standard Formula: Credit Risk -- Chapter 29. Solvency II Standard Formula: Operational Risk -- Chapter 30. Solvency II Standard Formula: Liquidity Risk -- Chapter 31. Solvency II Standard Formula: Nonlife Underwriting Risk -- Chapter 32. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Life Underwriting Risk -- Chapter 33. Solvency II Standard Formula: Health Underwriting Risk
Chapter 34. Solvency II Standard Formula: Minimum Capital Requirement -- PART F. Backgrounds and Calibrations -- Appendix A. Some Statistical Clarifications -- Appendix B. Approximations for Skewness -- Appendix C. List of Different Papers Published by CEIOPS -- Appendix D. European Solvency II Project -- Appendix E. European Solvency II: General Ideas -- Appendix F. European Solvency II: Asset Valuation -- Appendix G. European Solvency II: Liability Valuation -- Appendix H. European Solvency II: Standard Formula Framework -- Appendix I. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Market Risk -- Appendix J. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Credit Risk -- Appendix K. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Operational Risk -- Appendix L. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Liquidity Risk -- Appendix M. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Nonlife Underwriting Risk -- Appendix N. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Life Underwriting Risk -- Appendix O. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Health Underwriting Risk -- Appendix P. European Solvency II Standard Formula: Minimum Capital Requirement -- References -- Back cover
Reflecting the author's wealth of experience in this field, Handbook of Solvency for Actuaries and Risk Managers: Theory and Practice focuses on the valuation of assets and liabilities, the calculation of capital requirement, and the calculation of the standard formula for the European Solvency II project. The first three sections of the book examine the solvency concept, historical development, and the role of solvency in an enterprise risk management approach. The text provides a general discussion on valuation, investment, and capital, along with modeling and measuring. It also covers dependence, risk measures, capital requirements, subrisks, aggregation, the main risks market, and credit, operational, liquidity, and underwriting risks. The last three sections focus on the European Solvency II project. Basing the material on CEIOPS final advice, the author presents the general ideas, valuation, investments, and funds of this project as well as the standard formula framework. He also includes all calibrations from previous quantitative impact studies and discusses the political progress of the project. A one-stop shop for actuaries and risk managers, this handbook offers a complete overview of solvency and the European Solvency II standard formula. It gives a clear definition and broad historical review of solvency and incorporates a comprehensive discussion of the theory behind the calculation of the capital requirement. Updates on solvency projects and issues are available at www.SolvencyII.nu
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Sandström, Arne Handbook of Solvency for Actuaries and Risk Managers : Theory and Practice London : CRC Press LLC,c2010 9781439821305
Subject Risk (Insurance);Risk (Insurance) -- European Union countries.;Asset-liability management.;Asset-liability management -- European Union countries.;Risk management.;Risk management -- European Union countries
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