The Impact of Reinsurance Strategies on Capital Requirements for Premium Risk in Insurance
AbstractNew risk-based solvency requirements for insurance companies across European markets have been introduced by Solvency II and will come in force from 1 January 2016. These requirements, derived by a Standard Formula or an Internal Model, will be by far more risk-sensitive than the required solvency margin provided by the current legislation. In this regard, a Partial Internal Model for Premium Risk is developed here for a multi-line Non-Life insurer. We follow a classical approach based on a Collective Risk Model properly extended in order to consider not only the volatility of aggregate claim amounts but also expense volatility. To measure the effect of risk mitigation, suitable reinsurance strategies are pursued. We analyze how naïve coverage as conventional Quota Share and Excess of Loss reinsurance may modify the exact moments of the distribution of technical results. Furthermore, we investigate how alternative choices of commission rates in proportional treaties may affect the variability of distribution. Numerical results are also figured out in the last part of the paper with evidence of different effects for small and large companies. The main reasons for these differences are pointed out. View Full-Text
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Clemente, G.P.; Savelli, N.; Zappa, D. The Impact of Reinsurance Strategies on Capital Requirements for Premium Risk in Insurance. Risks 2015, 3, 164-182.
Clemente GP, Savelli N, Zappa D. The Impact of Reinsurance Strategies on Capital Requirements for Premium Risk in Insurance. Risks. 2015; 3(2):164-182.Chicago/Turabian Style
Clemente, Gian P.; Savelli, Nino; Zappa, Diego. 2015. "The Impact of Reinsurance Strategies on Capital Requirements for Premium Risk in Insurance." Risks 3, no. 2: 164-182.