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  1. "Adjusting & Other" Reserves According to the "Loss-Activity Method"
    This paper presents an additional method for calculation "adjusting & other" claim handling expenses...
  2. A Practical Statistical Method of Estimating Claims Liability and Claims Cash Flow
    A few years ago Scurfield (JSS ...
  3. Aggregate Loss Reserve Analysis by Accounting Date
    This paper introduces new systematic procedures to estimate aggregate unpaid claims as of the current accounting date...
  4. Allocated Loss Adjustment Expense Reserves
    In recent year, allocated loss adjustment expense (ALAE) reserves have grown significantly relative to loss reserves for many lines of business...
  5. An Invariance Principle of the Analysis of Non-Life Insurance Claims
    The paper is concerned initially with the admissibility of particular claim payment models...
  6. Bayesian Modelling of Outstanding Liabilities Incorporating Claim Count Uncertainty
    This paper deals with the prediction of the amount of outstanding automobile claims that an insurance company will pay in the near future...
  7. Cash Flow Simulation for a Model of Outstanding Liabilities Based on Claim Amounts and Claim Numbers
    n this paper we develop a full stochastic cash flow model of outstanding liabilities for the model developed in Verrall, Nielsen and Jessen (2010)...
  8. Charting the Path for Workers Compensation Claim Management
    With so much discussion about claim benchmarking, treatment protocols and the like, did you ever wish someone could just point you in the right direction? This analysis contains detailed workers compensation [WC] claim data now becoming available to researchers leads to a picture that resembles a simplified navigational chart...
  9. Claim Reserving: Performance Testing and the Control Cycle
    Fundamentally, estimates of claim liabilities are forecasts subject to estimation errors...
  10. Claims
    We are told that a number of years ago the French explorer, DeMorgan, made extensive excavations at Susa, the capital of ancient Persia...
  11. Claims
    Insurance is the foundation and supplies the security of modern business...
  12. Claims Auditing in Automobile Insurance: Fraud Detecting and Deterrence Objectives
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  13. Claims Management Perspectives
    Many reserving methods depend upon the timing, accuracy, and consistency of the reserving of the individual claims, controlled within the Claim Department...
  14. Comments on Claims Management Perspectives
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  15. Comments on Taylor's See-Saw Approach to Claims Reserving
    Taylor (1981) introduces the See-Saw (SS) model for claims reserving in order to make allowance for speed of finalization...
  16. Cost-of-Capital Margin for a General Insurance Liability Runoff
    Under new solvency regulations, general insurance companies need to calculate a risk margin to cover possible shortfalls in their liability runoff...
  17. Data Handling-Modeling
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  18. Development Pattern and Prediction Error for the Stochastic Bornhuetter-Ferguson Claims Reserving Method
    We investigate the question how the development pattern in the Bornhuetter-Ferguson method should be estimated and derive the corresponding conditional mean square error of prediction (MSEP) of the ultimate claim prediction...
  19. Does Workers’ Compensation Encourage Hard to Diagnose Injuries?
    LOB – Workers’ Comp...
  20. Estimation of Tail Development Factors in the Paid-Incurred Chain Reserving Method
    In many applied claims reserving problems in P&C insurance, the claims settlement process goes beyond the latest development period available in the observed claims development triangle...
  21. Evaluating Reserves in a Changing Claims Environment
    Recent insurance industry emphasis on claims "best-practices" requires the reserving actuary to identify and measure the emerging effects of Claims Department initiatives...
  22. Fire Claims for Single Family Houses
    LOB-Fire and Allied Lines...
  23. Health Insurance Claim Reserves and Liabilities
    At the end of 1963 health insurance claim reserves and liabilities held by companies on this continent totaled well over one billion dollars...
  24. How Can Actuarial Analyses Help Company Claim Departments Control Average Claim Costs
    Rather than restrict themselves to the literal boundaries of the title, the participants expanded the topic to HOW CAN ACTUARIAL DEPARTMENTS HELP CLAIM DEPARTMENTS FUNCTION MORE EFFECTIVELY...
  25. Incurred but not Reported Claim Reserves [Discussion]
    The determination of adequate reserves for claims incurred but not reported is a problem that is worthy of increased attention and the exposition of the subject by Mr...

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