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Individual claim reserving models: Adding value27 February 2019 - By Alexandre Boumezoued and Jeffrey A. Courchene - Article

Individual claim models is an emerging area of research and practice which uses individual claim level data to estimate loss reserves.

EIOPA Final Report on its second set of advice to the European Commission on the Solvency II Delegated Regulation03 April 2018 - By Cormac Gleeson and Ellen Matthews and Bridget MacDonnell and John Mulvihill and Eamon Comerford and David Burston and Jeffrey A. Courchene - Article

This update summarises the key feedback received by the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority regarding the final report and the impact, if any, that it has had on the proposals made in the Consultation Paper.

EIOPA Consultation Paper on its second set of advice to the European Commission on the Solvency II Delegated Regulation20 December 2017 - By Cormac Gleeson and Ellen Matthews and Bridget MacDonnell and John Mulvihill and Eamon Comerford and David Burston and Neil Christy and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Emma Hutchinson and Jennifer Strickland and Marie-Lise Tassoni - Article

This briefing note summarises the final advice from the first stage of the EIOPA review and provides details on EIOPA’s proposals in the latest consultation paper on its second set of advice.

Optimising non-life reinsurance strategy under risk-based capital measures12 September 2016 - By Jeffrey A. Courchene - Article

An exploration of the possible impact of risk-based economic capital and ERM frameworks on a non-life insurer’s reinsurance strategy.

The actuary and enterprise risk management: Integrating reserve variability22 August 2016 - By Jeffrey A. Courchene and Mark R. Shapland - Article

This paper develops and examines a framework for reserve distribution testing and validation and demonstrates its use with real datasets within an enterprise risk management framework.

Driving For Profit: A View of the UK Private and Commercial Motor Insurance Markets 201427 July 2015 - By Derek Newton and Gary Wells and Jeffrey A. Courchene - Article

Driving For Profit shows the results of our analyses of the performance of the Private and Commercial Motor Insurance Markets in the UK.

Capital management in a Solvency II world: A non-life perspective11 November 2014 - By Gary Wells and Jeffrey A. Courchene - Article

An overview of the many ways that Solvency II will affect capital management for insurers and reinsurers.

Valuation of non-life technical provisions under Solvency II31 January 2013 - By Gary Wells and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst - Article

Solvency II introduces a new approach to establishing technical provisions for outstanding claims and premiums that is driven by the need to calculate liabilities on a market-consistent basis.

QIS5 raises new challenges for insurers31 January 2011 - By Fabrice Taillieu and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst and Peter Franken - Article

Much work has been done in recent years in an effort to move to a principles-based framework, although there is still much to be done before Solvency II can be successfully implemented in 2013.

Executive summary of the Level 2 implementing measures02 September 2010 - By Thomas Guidon and Fabrice Taillieu and Gary Wells and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst and Peter Moore - Article
Requirements after three waves of Consultation Papers and QIS5 final technical specifications.
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