Economic Capital Best Practice - Life Insurance

  • Why do capital and return need more intensive controlling procedures?
  • How do we quantify economic risks that were once trivial but are now much more significant?
  • What is the impact of recent accounting standards, solvency requirements and controlling instruments?
  • How do we achieve a fully-integrated control system and build a stochastic simulation platform?

This Chartis presentation answers all the above questions and describes some best-practice methodologies for life insurance companies.

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