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AbstractSeveral countries outside the European Union consider adopting its solvency regulation for their insurance industries. However, Solvency I and (to a lesser extent) Solvency II were found to run the risk of inducing more rather than less risk-taking by insurers (Zweifel, Peter. 2014....
AbstractThis paper presents a model of dynamic monitoring and forecasting of key financial indices of U.S. insurers. The key financial indices are assumed to be cyclically time-varying correlated and are selected according to their impact on the soundness of the insurers. It also presents a new...
AbstractThe ability of an insurer to pursue and collect money from responsible third parties for paid claims is referred to as subrogation. For some insurers, the amount to be recovered may be significant and, if accrued for, represents an estimate that could be used by management to affect...
AbstractThis paper examines the relationship between equity incentives and stock price crash risk in China’s A-Share Market, and finds a significantly positive relationship between equity incentives and crash risk. This result holds true when only executives’ incentives are involved, while the...
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