volume 7, issue 4, P519-584 2001
DOI: 10.1017/s1357321700002464
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J.P. Ryan, P.R. Archer-Lock, A.J. Czernuszewicz, N.R. Gillott, P.H. Hinton, D. Ibeson, S.A. Malde, D. Paul, N. Shah

Abstract: ABSTRACTThis paper explores an approach to assessing the adequacy of capital resources for non-life insurance companies. It examines the range of risks faced by these companies and the factors that influence the analysis of their impact on an organisation's financial condition. The paper considers how the actuarial profession may contribute to this process, with particular reference to the regulatory regime envisaged in the United Kingdom.