# Stochastic Claims Reserving Methods in Insurance

## Mario V. Wüthrich; Michael Merz

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Claims reserving is central to the insurance industry. Insurance liabilities depend on a number of different risk factors which need to be predicted accurately. This prediction of risk factors and outstanding loss liabilities is the core for pricing insurance products, determining the profitability of an insurance company and for considering the financial strength (solvency) of the company.

Following several high-profile company insolvencies, regulatory requirements have moved towards a risk-adjusted basis which has lead to the Solvency II developments. The key focus in the new regime is that financial companies need to analyze adverse developments in their portfolios. Reserving actuaries now have to not only estimate reserves for the outstanding loss liabilities but also to quantify possible shortfalls in these reserves that may lead to potential losses. Such an analysis requires stochastic modeling of loss liability cash flows and it can only be done within a stochastic framework. Therefore stochastic loss liability modeling and quantifying prediction uncertainties has become standard under the new legal framework for the financial industry.

This book covers all the mathematical theory and practical guidance needed in order to adhere to these stochastic techniques. Starting with the basic mathematical methods, working right through to the latest developments relevant for practical applications; readers will find out how to estimate total claims reserves while at the same time predicting errors and uncertainty are quantified. Accompanying datasets demonstrate all the techniques, which are easily implemented in a spreadsheet. A practical and essential guide, this book is a must-read in the light of the new solvency requirements for the whole insurance industry.

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"It is astonishing that the methods used for claims reserving in non life-insurance are, even still today, driven by a deterministic understanding of one or several computational algorithms. Stochastic Claims Reserving Methods in Insurance is tremendously widening this traditional understanding. In this text reserving is model driven, computational algorithms become a consequence of the chosen model. Only with this approach it makes sense to ask how predicted reserves might vary. Stochastic reserving is hence the corner stone of successful risk management for the technical result of an insurance company. Mario Wüthrich and Michael Merz have to be congratulated for opening the eyes of the non-life-actuary to a new and modern dimension."
—Hans Bühlmann, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich

"Assessing the best estimate of insurance liabilities and modelling their adverse developments are among the new frontiers of insurance under the new IAS and the proposed new solvency regimes. This book makes a leap towards these frontiers. The variegated issue of predicting outstanding loss liabilities in non-life insurance is addressed using the unified framework of theory of stochastic processes. The proposed approach provides valuable tools for tackling one of the most challenging forecasting problems in insurance."
—Franco Moriconi, Professor of Finance, University of Perugia

Mario V. Wüthrich holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from ETH Zurich (The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich). He completed his postdoctoral work on statistical physics in 2000 at the University of Nijmegen in The Netherlands. From 2000 to 2005, he held an actuarial position at Winterthur Insurance (Switzerland) where he was responsible for claims reserving in non-life insurance, as well as developing and implementing the Swiss Solvency Test. Since 2005, he has served as senior researcher and lecturer at ETH Zurich with teaching duties in actuarial and financial mathematics. He serves on the board of the Swiss Association of Actuaries (SAA) and is joint editor of the Bulletin SAA.

Michael Merz has been Assistant Professor for Statistics, Risk and Insurance at the University of Tübingen since October 2006. He was awarded the internationally renowned SCOR Actuarial Prize 2004 for his doctoral thesis in risk theory. After completing his doctorate, he worked in the actuarial department of the Baloise insurance company in Basel/Switzerland and gained valuable practical working experience in actuarial science and quantitative risk management. His main research interests are actuarial science and quantitative risk management, with special emphasis on claims reserving and risk theory. He is a referee for many academic journals and has published extensively in leading academic journals, including the ASTIN Bulletin and the Scandinanvian Actuarial Journal.

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## 1.Stochastic Claims Reserving Methods in Insurance (Hardback)

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Descrizione libro John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom, 2008. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 1st ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Claims reserving is central to the insurance industry. Insurance liabilities depend on a number of different risk factors which need to be predicted accurately. This prediction of risk factors and outstanding loss liabilities is the core for pricing insurance products, determining the profitability of an insurance company and for considering the financial strength (solvency) of the company. Following several high-profile company insolvencies, regulatory requirements have moved towards a risk-adjusted basis which has lead to the Solvency II developments. The key focus in the new regime is that financial companies need to analyze adverse developments in their portfolios. Reserving actuaries now have to not only estimate reserves for the outstanding loss liabilities but also to quantify possible shortfalls in these reserves that may lead to potential losses. Such an analysis requires stochastic modeling of loss liability cash flows and it can only be done within a stochastic framework. Therefore stochastic loss liability modeling and quantifying prediction uncertainties has become standard under the new legal framework for the financial industry. This book covers all the mathematical theory and practical guidance needed in order to adhere to these stochastic techniques. Starting with the basic mathematical methods, working right through to the latest developments relevant for practical applications; readers will find out how to estimate total claims reserves while at the same time predicting errors and uncertainty are quantified. Accompanying datasets demonstrate all the techniques, which are easily implemented in a spreadsheet. A practical and essential guide, this book is a must-read in the light of the new solvency requirements for the whole insurance industry. Codice libro della libreria AAH9780470723463

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Descrizione libro John Wiley and Sons Ltd. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, Stochastic Claims Reserving Methods in Insurance, Mario Valentin Wuthrich, Michael Merz, Claims reserving is central to the insurance industry. Insurance liabilities depend on a number of different risk factors which need to be predicted accurately. This prediction of risk factors and outstanding loss liabilities is the core for pricing insurance products, determining the profitability of an insurance company and for considering the financial strength (solvency) of the company. Following several high-profile company insolvencies, regulatory requirements have moved towards a risk-adjusted basis which has lead to the Solvency II developments. The key focus in the new regime is that financial companies need to analyze adverse developments in their portfolios. Reserving actuaries now have to not only estimate reserves for the outstanding loss liabilities but also to quantify possible shortfalls in these reserves that may lead to potential losses. Such an analysis requires stochastic modeling of loss liability cash flows and it can only be done within a stochastic framework. Therefore stochastic loss liability modeling and quantifying prediction uncertainties has become standard under the new legal framework for the financial industry. This book covers all the mathematical theory and practical guidance needed in order to adhere to these stochastic techniques. Starting with the basic mathematical methods, working right through to the latest developments relevant for practical applications; readers will find out how to estimate total claims reserves while at the same time predicting errors and uncertainty are quantified. Accompanying datasets demonstrate all the techniques, which are easily implemented in a spreadsheet. A practical and essential guide, this book is a must-read in the light of the new solvency requirements for the whole insurance industry. Codice libro della libreria B9780470723463

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Descrizione libro John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom, 2008. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 1st ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Claims reserving is central to the insurance industry. Insurance liabilities depend on a number of different risk factors which need to be predicted accurately. This prediction of risk factors and outstanding loss liabilities is the core for pricing insurance products, determining the profitability of an insurance company and for considering the financial strength (solvency) of the company. Following several high-profile company insolvencies, regulatory requirements have moved towards a risk-adjusted basis which has lead to the Solvency II developments. The key focus in the new regime is that financial companies need to analyze adverse developments in their portfolios. Reserving actuaries now have to not only estimate reserves for the outstanding loss liabilities but also to quantify possible shortfalls in these reserves that may lead to potential losses. Such an analysis requires stochastic modeling of loss liability cash flows and it can only be done within a stochastic framework. Therefore stochastic loss liability modeling and quantifying prediction uncertainties has become standard under the new legal framework for the financial industry. This book covers all the mathematical theory and practical guidance needed in order to adhere to these stochastic techniques. Starting with the basic mathematical methods, working right through to the latest developments relevant for practical applications; readers will find out how to estimate total claims reserves while at the same time predicting errors and uncertainty are quantified. Accompanying datasets demonstrate all the techniques, which are easily implemented in a spreadsheet. A practical and essential guide, this book is a must-read in the light of the new solvency requirements for the whole insurance industry. Codice libro della libreria AAH9780470723463

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