Insurance: From Underwriting to Derivatives. Asset Liability Management in Insurance Companies. Wiley Finance

  • ID: 2217516
  • Book
  • 176 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Over recent years the insurance industry has faced a period of rapid change and consolidation, with recent natural and man–made disasters highlighting the problems that the industry faces. Yet this has also been a time of opportunity with the traditional role of insurance giving way to its classification as a asset class. This has resulted in insurance risks now being priced and exchanged on the markets.

In this book, the authors analyze the convergence between the insurance industry and the capital markets. They sumarize the main trends and issues and analyze past events within the industry. Thus, they demonstrate that the current market pressures on insurance companies do not not just create challenges but also new opportunities.
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Preface.

The Basics of Property–Casualty Insurance.

Securitizing Insurance Risks.

Life Insurance in the United States: History of a Crisis.

ALM in Insurance: An Empirical Wander Around Europe.

Life Insurance Pricing and the Measurement of the Duration of Liabilities.

A Functional Approach to the Insurance Industry.

Conclusion and Future Challenges.

Appendix: The ALM Survival Toolkit.

Index.
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Eric Briys
François de Varenne
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