Posts Tagged ‘Model Suitability Analysis’



February 28th, 2019

Building for Resilience: How to Avoid a Catastrophe Model Failure: Part III

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Imelda Powers, Global Chief Catastrophe Modeler

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If resources permit, an insurer may carry out additional, micro level model suitability analyses - including a review of model hazards and vulnerabilities using the latest scientific literature and engineering studies. Guy Carpenter’s Model Suitability Analysis (MSA)® framework is designed to guide users through such an analysis.

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October 22nd, 2018

A Strategic Approach to Profitable Growth - GC@BB Commentary

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  • Availability of rich data sets and analytic solutions enables evaluation of opportunities
  • Companies seeking growth must evaluate their existing distribution channels
  • Drones and self-driving cars present challenges for (re)insurers

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September 7th, 2018

A Strategic Approach to Profitable Growth - GC@MC Commentary

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priebe_david_croppedDavid Priebe, Vice Chairman

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  • Availability of rich data sets and analytic solutions enables evaluation of opportunities
  • Companies seeking growth must evaluate their existing distribution channels
  • Drones and self-driving cars present challenges for (re)insurers Continue reading…
April 25th, 2018

Building for Resilience: How to Avoid a Catastrophe Model Failure: Part III

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Imelda Powers, Global Chief Catastrophe Modeler

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If resources permit, an insurer may carry out additional, micro level model suitability analyses - including a review of model hazards and vulnerabilities using the latest scientific literature and engineering studies. Guy Carpenter’s Model Suitability Analysis (MSA)® framework is designed to guide users through such an analysis.

Continue reading…

April 24th, 2018

Building for Resilience: How to Avoid a Catastrophe Model Failure: Part II

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Imelda Powers, Global Chief Catastrophe Modeler

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Model Suitability Analysis

There is a repertoire of tests, at both the macro and micro levels, to evaluate the merits of a CAT model.  Regardless of resources, insurers should analyze how each test’s result informs their view of risk. Here we review the macro level.

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May 24th, 2017

Guy Carpenter Sees Market Shift Towards Core Model Strategy

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Industry Moves Away From Multi-Model Approach Given Current Market Conditions

Insurers and reinsurers are increasingly adopting a core model strategy based around a detailed assessment of its capabilities, instead of the multi-model or blended approach as investment in modeling capabilities comes under pressure, says Matthew Eagle, Head of GC Analytics® - International at Guy Carpenter.

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March 20th, 2017

Emerging Practices in Risk Tolerances: Part I

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brian-fischer-2014-hs-sm1Brian C. Fischer, Managing Director, GC Analytics®

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Insurers have long embraced the concept of risk tolerances. In some cases, the risk tolerances were expressly stated in a company’s enterprise risk management (ERM) policy document or in other cases exhibited in the course of normal operations.

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October 25th, 2016

Emerging Practices in Risk Tolerances

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brian-fischer-2014-hs-sm1Brian C. Fischer, Managing Director, GC Analytics®

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Insurers have long embraced the concept of risk tolerances. In some cases, the risk tolerances were expressly stated in a company’s enterprise risk management (ERM) policy document or in other cases exhibited in the course of normal operations.

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October 23rd, 2016

A.M. Best’s More Transparent Ratings Criteria Provide Benefits to Insurers That Proactively “Own Their Ratings”

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Maintaining or improving ratings is a priority for most insurers. This can be challenging amid increasing demands for companies to “own their risk” (Own Risk and Solvency Assessment “ORSA”) in an environment of evolving rating agency requirements, including A.M. Best’s (Best) proposed ratings methodology and Stochastic-based Best’s Capital Adequacy Ratio (BCAR) criteria.

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