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S2AV: A valuation methodology for insurance companies under Solvency II21 November 2016 - By Edward Morgan and Jeremy Kent - Article

This paper discusses some of the challenges in valuing insurance companies under the Solvency II framework and proposes a possible valuation methodology to meet the needs of potential investors with a certain perspective in mergers and acquisitions transactions.

M&A in a Solvency II world: An introduction to the S2AV methodology25 March 2016 - By Edward Morgan - Article

Ed Morgan gave a presentation on M&A in a Solvency II world to the Polish Society of Actuaries.

Dynamic Policyholder Behaviour and Management Actions Survey Report03 October 2013 - By Dominic Clark and Edward Morgan and Jeremy Kent - Article

Survey results presenting current practices for modeling dynamic policyholder behavior and management actions in Europe, the US, and Japan.

Issues in brief summer 2012: UK life insurance05 June 2012 - By Andrew Gilchrist and Christopher Lewis and Eamonn Phelan and Edward Morgan and Fred Vosvenieks and Neil Dissanayake and Neil Cantle - Article

Life insurance trends affecting the UK, Europe, and beyond.

Dynamic Management Actions06 March 2012 - By Dominic Clark and Edward Morgan and Jeremy Kent - Article
How modeling DMA is a crucial link between Pillar I and Pillar II of Solvency II.Impact of realistic reporting and risk-based capital requirements on life product design26 May 2010 - By Edward Morgan and - Article
Dynamic policyholder behaviour presentation in Zürich03 March 2010 - By Edward Morgan and Jeremy Kent - Article
Dynamic policyholder behaviour survey01 December 2009 - By Corinne Legrand and Edward Morgan and Jeremy Kent - Article
Dynamic policyholder behaviour survey01 December 2009 - By Edward Morgan and Jeremy Kent - Article
Milliman survey examines European life insurers' use of dynamic policyholder behavior modeling.Dynamic asset liability management01 November 2009 - By Aldo Balestreri and Edward Morgan and Jeremy Kent - Article

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