2 edition of Option pricing, bank lending, and excess of loss reinsurance found in the catalog.
Option pricing, bank lending, and excess of loss reinsurance
Ronan B. O"Connor
by University College Dublin, Centre for Insurance Studies in Dublin
Written in English
Includes bibliography (p11).
|Statement||by Ronan B O"Connor & JamesGolden.|
|Series||Working papers CIS -- no.95-1|
|Contributions||Golden, James F., University College Dublin. Centre for Insurance Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
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This type of arrangement is also known as STOP LOSS Reinsurance (SLR) and is a bit different from the Excess of Loss arrangement, even though both basically base on loss rather than sum-insured. Here, a relationship is usually drawn in between the gross premium and the gross claim over a year in a particular class of business. Excess of Loss Treaty Reinsurance The approach of the reinsurance arrangement is quite different here from those methods already discussed. Under this system, unlike facultative, quota or surplus, the sum insured does not form any basis and it is not expressed in .
Pricing for Risk in Financial Transactions SUMMARY This paper considers the pricing of uncertain cash flows, which includes those arising in insurance and reinsurance, using the proportional hazards (p-h) transform pricing basis defined by Wang (). This basis satisfies all the desirable properties of a. Non-proportional reinsurance treaties Excess of loss In this form of reinsurance the RI takes on a share of each loss in excess of a previously agreed limit D, albeit only up to a limit C. The limit Dis known as the deductible or sometimes as priority, Cstands for the cover. The original loss X 0 is therefore divided here into a loss.
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