volume 2, issue 2, P265-323 1996
DOI: 10.1017/s1357321700003445
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N.D. Hooker, J.R. Bulmer, S.M. Cooper, P.A.G. Green, P.H. Hinton

Abstract: ABSTRACTThis paper looks at the problems of assessing, for solvency purposes, the capital requirements of a non-life insurer in the context of the United Kingdom. It considers how these capital requirements might vary according to the different risks to which an insurer is subject and how this Risk-Based Capital (RBC) might be measured in practice, using as a case study the RBC formula recently introduced in the United States of America. The paper also discusses the application of RBC concepts to the problem …

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