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  1. A Method for Projecting Individual Large Claims
    Motivation: The paper will address the issue of estimating the uncertainty in the run off of individual large claims in insurance portfolios, which is often the primary source of uncertainty in the reserving risk component of insurance risk...
  2. A Model for Reserving Workers Compensation High Deductibles
    Several approaches for estimating liabilities under a high deductible program are described...
  3. Accounting and Reserving for Reinsurance Contracts
    Many reinsurance contracts have adjustable premium and loss limiting features that complicate the reserving practice...
  4. Actuarial Note on Workermen's Compensation Loss Reserves [Discussion]
    In this presentation Mr...
  5. Actuarial Note on Workermen's Compensation Loss Reserves [Discussion]
    Mr...
  6. Actuarial Note on Workmen's Compensation
    In 1971 Ron Ferguson documented the annuity mathematics necessary to establish reserves for lifetime workmen’s (now workers) compensation cases...
  7. Actuarial Note on Workmen's Compensation Loss Reserves
    In the calculation of tabular reserves for long term pension type awards special care must be used when an excess of loss reinsurance coverage is involved...
  8. Actuarial Note on Workmen's Compensation Loss Reserves [Author's Reply]
    I am grateful to Mr...
  9. An Analysis of Excess Loss Development [Discussion]
    Messrs...
  10. An Analysis of Excess Loss Development, [Discussion]
    Messrs...
  11. An Economic Analysis of Retroactive Liability Insurance
    Reinsurance Research - General/NOC...
  12. Catastrophe Reinsurance
    Many reinsurance contracts have adjustable premium and loss limiting features that complicate the reserving practice...
  13. Chain Ladder Reserving Methods for Liabilities with Per Occurrence Limits
    Motivation: As an insurance regulator, I regularly see instances where maximum limit losses are removed from incurred and/or paid losses prior to application of the development factors...
  14. Estimating Incurred Claims
    The problem of estimating the final amount after settlement of Motor and General Third Party claims incurred during an underwriting year is of considerable importance for direct writing companies, as well as for reinsurers...
  15. Estimation of outstanding reinsurance recoveries on the basis of incomplete information
    The paper considers the following situation...
  16. Estimation of Outstanding Reinsurance Recoveries on the Basis of Incomplete Information
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  17. Evaluating Contingent Premium Liabilities for Excess-of-Loss Swing Plans
    Swing Plans - or retrospectively rated contracts with maximum and minimum final premiums - are commonplace I excess-of-loss reinsurance treaties...
  18. Evaluating the Security of a Reinsurer
    The security of a reinsurer is important not only in selecting reinsurance, but must also be monitored continuously to assure continued collectibility...
  19. External Data Sources for Reinsurance
    The main source of industry data for excess loss development comes from the Reinsurance Association of America (RAA)...
  20. Levels of Determinism in Workers Compensation Reinsurance Commutations
    When commuting workers compensation reinsurance claims, the standard method is to project the future value of the claims using stated assumptions for future medical usage, medical inflation, cost-of-living adjustments, and investment income...
  21. Levels of Determinism in Workers' Compensation Reinsurance Commutations
    When commuting workers' compensation reinsurance claims, the standard method is to project the future value of the claims using stated assumptions for future medical usage, medical inflation, COLA's and investment income...
  22. Loss Portfolios: Financial Reinsurance
    The property-casualty insurance operating environment has changed dramatically...
  23. Loss Portfolios: Financial Reinsurance [Review]
    In reviewing Lee Steeneck’s excellent paper on loss portfolio transfers, it became clear that two distinct sets of issues should be covered in any discussion of this particular form of reinsurance...
  24. Loss Reserve Opinion Requirements - Part I
    Significant changes in the scope and working of loss reserve opinions were adopted by the NAIC for 1991...
  25. Loss Reserve Opinion Requirements - Part II
    Continuation of discussion from Part 1...

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