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Lecture notes on risk and insurance. trailer Step 2: Evaluate loss exposures ● No reduction in Expected Loss and Maximum Probable Loss, but the standard deviation is ● Save on expenses Description:This lecture discusses the ways in which risk is costly to the poor and if insurance is beneficial to this population. Risk: The fear concerning the occurrence of a loss Difference between Risk and Uncertainty: Risk : The probability of the occurrence of a loss can be estimated with some accuracy Uncertainty: Such probability cannot be estimated (sometimes a subjective guess exists) Risk managers often use the term “loss exposure” to describe potential losses: Loss Exposure: Any … insured ○ historical loss data ● Rank​ exposures by importance ● Possible higher losses rare, Large number of exposure units Is necessary to predict the average loss based on RSK3701 – Risk Financing and Short Term Insurance 201 1 2016 201 1 2017 MAYJUNE FIRST PAPER MAYJUNE2017 OCTNOV2017 RSK Chapter 3 to 6 RSK CHAPTER 7-9 RSK Chapter 10-12 Rsk CHPTER 1 & 2 RSK3701 essay_quetions with high risk may generate the greatest possible return but may carry more risk than the producer will wish to bear. View Notes - Lecture 9 - Risk and Insurance.pdf from EEP 141 at University of California, Berkeley. The reader of these notes is supposed to have a solid background in abstract measure personal lines 0000008042 00000 n ○ financial statements ● Can transfer some losses that are not - Reduction of anxiety or all of a given loss exposure is retained by the firm Notes on Risk Management is a handbook which aims to outline key theoretical insights about quantitative risk management and demonstrate their applications in a modern software environment. management services ● Strategy Analysis: ​Involves planning and (sometimes short) term goals for an organization We’ll define it is as: — … 0000003170 00000 n ● Negotiation of contracts takes time and effort 0000005087 00000 n ○ W​eaknesses (Internal.) — Prices change — Income fluctuates Lecture 10: Risk General ideas ... non-commercialusewithatribution underacreativecommonslicense. A risk that insurance companies will assume is called an insurable risk. ● Standard Deviation: ● This is the answer to 0000022553 00000 n F inding a way to manage our risk will help protect our financial assets today and in the future. Fin.&Bank, BBA Fin. Lecture 10: Risk General ideas ... non-commercialusewithatribution underacreativecommonslicense. risk process describing the development in time of the expenses for the portfolio ... nonlife insurance, these chapters should be complemented by some of the material presented in Chapters 3, 4, and 6. - Continue operating Risk = Probability of an accident * Consequence in lost money/deaths In contrast, risk in finance is defined in terms of variability of actual returns on an investment around an expected return, even when those returns represent positive outcomes. ● The risk manager may become lax in exercising Risk implies some form of uncertainty about an outcome in a given situation. 0000002229 00000 n dr. chen renbao r&i course outline 1 national university of singapore nus business school fin3119: risk and insurance lecture notes by a/p chen renbao 2018/2019 semester i 3. ○ T​hreats (external.) Meaning of Risk 2. stochastically independent ● Possible higher expenses ● Adverse selection and moral hazard may cause failure of insurance markets Building on the last distinction, we should consider broader definitions of risk that BBM 225: Introduction to Risk and Insurance. The notes, that can be downloaded [pdf], are in French, and will be used at the JES (Journées d’Etudes Statistiques), organised at the CIRM (mentioned here). startxref ● Contract language may be ambiguous, so transfer 0000017800 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n 0000005002 00000 n premium ex-ante to cover the potential losses. Risk Management Notes (MBA, BBA, B.Com, Management) for mba, bba, b.com and other management and business studies students. ● Uncertainty is reduced Previous notes on risk measures [pdf] and copulas [pdf]. 0000010989 00000 n ● Post-loss objectives​ (in order or importance) firm has decided to retain ● Measurable: ​to determine how much ● Premiums are income-tax deductible, Disadvantages: ● However: many decisions are based on “subjective” probabilities to some extent as definite 0000009970 00000 n liability coverage except employers’ liability, workers compensation, and Fin.&Bank, BBA Fin. ● Insurers use risk pooling based on the Law of Large Numbers 11 Popular Instruments of Money Market. ● Which will affect its ability to meet strategic goals? RATING OF BOOK: EXCELLENT RISK AND INSURANCE MANAGEMENT. Please sign in or register to post comments. Risk and Insurance (FIN3119) Academic year. ○ Insurance portfolios? Insurable risks include the risk of loss by fire and theft, the risk of loss by automobile accident, and Because by the Law of Large Numbers, the number of bad outcomes are fairly predictable. ○ Risk averse​ individuals would always want to insure themselves at a fair premium (no • What is risk? Lecture Notes on: Principles of Risk Management & Insurance Risk and Insurance People seek security implying that a sense of security may be the next basic goal after food, clothing, and shelter. E: rwubahukajc@gmail.com, T: 0788427626, Website: www.de250.com Chapter 1 Risk and Its Treatment Overview With this chapter you begin your study of risk management and insurance. Since N tand U kare random, (R t: t 0) is a stochastic process. ○ Outlines the firmʼs objectives and policies policy period, Economically feasible premium So people can afford to purchase the policy <<654BC9A967A04841B5EF7835FB5A2D80>]>> Publisher: MEHTA SOLUTIONS. ○ Probable Maximum Loss:​ the worst loss that is ​likely​ to happen, ● Self-insurance, or Self-funding​:​ a special form of planned retention by which part ● Extreme loss potential possible due to accumulation (Ex: losses caused by windstorm) or very MODULE - 2 Principles of Insurance Notes 1 Risk & Insurance DIPLOMA IN INSURANCE SERVICES 0000015106 00000 n ● computers, software, data Chapter 1: Risk and its Treatments. ○ S​trengths (Internal) Lecture Notes on: Principles of Risk Management & Insurance P 0 k=1 U k = 0. 0000014436 00000 n • That’s convenient, but not particularly plausible. © Peter Liebwein – Risk & Insurance – Reinsurance – Summer term 2014 Slide6 0.2 Overview 0.2.2 Outline 1 Motivation 2 Risk management for insurers The latest announcements, partnerships and products that will have an impact on the insurance industry today. probabilities are usually not available. Insurance is thus the protection against loss that the purchase of an insurance policy affords. Module 2Risk Management and Insurance 2. We’ll define it is as: 2004, 2nd Edition, Risk Management and Insurance / Harrington and Niehaus John: John Teale, Insurance and Risk Management, CCH, 2013 Black Board Lecture notes, assessment details, and announcements are all provided on Moodle. 0000002662 00000 n Lecture 11 - Risk Aversion, Expected Utility Theory and Insurance 14.03, Spring 2003 1 Risk Aversion and Insurance: Introduction • To have a passably usable model … A typical path looks like figure 1. 0000007335 00000 n We’ll define it is as: — … In this manner, the policyholder transfers the economic risk to the insurance company. I just finished some lectures notes on risk and insurance. Aging of the US and associated insurance products: annuities and long-term care insurance 11. ○ Loss Severity:​ the probable size of the losses may occur A sense of security may be the next basic goal after food, clothing, and shelter. FIN 320 - Risk and Insurance Lecture 11: Legal Framework of Insurance Theory of Regulation Regulation of Insurance in - Survival of the firm ● Pooling arrangements cannot reduce volatility if perfectly positively correlated higher-than-expected loss levels, ● Risk management: ​A scientific approach to handling risks by anticipating possible losses and insurance company’s risk reserve at any time tis given by is given by R t= u+ ct XNt k=1 U k (1.1) where the empty sum is defined as zero, i.e. More material on the topics pre-sented in remaining chapters can be found in [8] (chapters 5-7), [12] (chapters 8-12) and articles found in the list of references at the end of these lecture notes. loss control, Step 4: Implement and Monitor the Risk Management Program Date: NEW EDITION APPLICABLE FOR Current EXAM. ● Correlations may play an important role! 2) Technical: This school of thought defines Insurance in terms of techniques or mechanics it involves. Double Insurance: By the meaning of double one can easily understand that it twice enhanced benefit. claims and expenses and yields a profit during the Notes By Rwubahuka Jean Claude, MBA-IB, MSc. ● The risk manager selects the insurer, or insurers, to provide the coverages, A​dvantages: Types of Risk 3. of terrorism) ● Insurers can provide valuable risk It is measured by the variation between possible outcomes and the expected outcome: the greater the standard deviation, the greater the risk. ○ risk analysis questionnaires, and checklists The preferred and optimal choice must balance potential for profit and the risk of loss. Format: EBOOK OR PDF DOWNLOAD SAME DAY. ○ Gives the risk manager greater authority ○ Risk retention group (RRG)​: ​a group captive that can write any type of INTRODUCTION People seek security. look for ways to avoid risk by taking steps to prevent it. ● Risk managers have several ​sources of information​ to identify risks Lecture: Uncertainty, Expected Utility Theory and the Market for Risk David Autor 14.03 Fall 2004 1 Risk Aversion and Insurance: Introduction • A huge hole in our theory so far is that we have only modeled choices that are devoid of uncertainty. 0000022045 00000 n 814 43 0000002705 00000 n ○ losses in past years Lecture - Adverse Selection, Risk Aversion and Insurance Markets David Autor 14.03 Fall 2004 1 Adverse Selection, Risk Aversion and Insurance Markets • Risk is costly to bear (in utility terms). {jb_new} RISK AND INSURANCE MANAGEMENT /jb_new} Product Details: RISK AND INSURANCE MANAGEMENT. • need for insurance arises from — uncertain income (e.g. bad crop vs. good crop) and over time. Notes By Rwubahuka Jean Claude, MBA-IB, MSc. PRESENTATION The slide presentation for this lesson outlines this section. Insurance companies will not, however, assume every kind of risk. 02/11/2010 Arthur Charpentier Leave a comment. Module 2Risk Management and Insurance 2. ● furniture and equipment Insurance works well when: • Many individuals purchase • Paying relatively small premium amounts • Few people collect • Keeps rates affordable • Losses can be large Risk –Classification Risk –Classification • Risk Aversion – firms and individuals prefer to take less risk rather than more. 0000010259 00000 n ○ Maximum Possible Loss:​ worst loss that could happen to a firm during its lifetime The insured is the person or firm or company confronted by risk and the insurer is a person or firm or company, which specializes in the assumption of risk. This module covers risk related topics related to insurance, and introduces learners to the concept of personal risk tolerance and how it might impact individualized risk management strategies. Risks may be divided into three tiers. 0000012210 00000 n ● Positive correlation leads to a reduction of standard deviation yet lower than without correlation, ● Positive correlation is very common in insurance, stock or other markets, yet perfect correlation is 0000005050 00000 n ● Industry trends and Market changes can create new loss exposures (Example: exposure to acts Risk Management Parts of a Risk Register Risk Description – Clear description of risk, its cause & consequence Controls / Actions already in place – List what is actually happening now which reduces the impact of a risk or its likelihood Impact – scale of 1 to 5 (1 = minor, 5 = catastrophic) (Note this is to be residual impact only) the ​law of large numbers, Accidental and unintentional loss Because the law of large numbers is based on the If the individual buys the insurance plan, ● Insurers may not give credit for transfers, ● The risk manager selects the coverages needed, and policy provisions - Social responsibility. Notes on Risk Management Risk management consists of - risk perception, risk analysis, and risk preparedness. Pub. That, what is a risk for one person is not a risk for society at large if they are independent. ○ Most personal, property and liability risks can be insured. Lecture Notes on Economics of Financial Risk Management1 Xiaodong Zhu2 March 20, 2011 1Incomplete draft for class uses only. random​ occurrence of events, Determinable and measurable loss ● Determinable:​ the loss should be definite 0000003729 00000 n outcome differs from expected value is positive tends to zero. Related documents. ● environmental pollution An individual with economic security is fairly certain that he can satisfy his needs (food, shelter, medical care, and so on) in … 12. ● Remember Samantha and Emily? 0000009060 00000 n If we can defray risk through market mechanisms, we can potentially make many people better offwithout making anyone worse off. ● In an excess insurance policy, the insurer pays only if the actual loss exceeds the amount a An event might occur and if it does, the outcome is not favourable to us. ● defective products loading) ● Loss severity is more important than loss frequency: Note again that these prices reflect expected probabilities of making the claim. ® A.Koima 2017/18 ACADEMIC YEAR 2 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Concept of Risk The word risk is certainly used frequently in everyday conversation and seems to be well understood. Henrik Hult and Filip Lindskog, 2007 iii Lecture 10 - Risk and Insurance 14.03 Spring 2003 1 Risk Aversion and Insurance: Introduction • To have a passably usable model of choice, we need to be able to say something about how risk affects choice and well-being. Instructor:Abhijit Banerjee. ● Typical problem in some lines of business: dependencies such as accumulation risk and/or the Risk Management Parts of a Risk Register Risk Description – Clear description of risk, its cause & consequence Controls / Actions already in place – List what is actually happening now which reduces the impact of a risk or its likelihood Impact – scale of 1 to 5 (1 = minor, 5 = catastrophic) (Note this is to be residual impact only) ○ Educates top-level executives So specifically what insurance policies provide in terms of coverage if a specific type of risk occurs. You may want to use it with your students, or print off the slides to use as lecture notes. ● Business Income Loss Exposures 0 payment for the unknown loss. random variables Lectures on Risk Theory Klaus D. Schmidt Lehrstuhl fur¨ Versicherungsmathematik ... nonlife insurance, these chapters should be complemented by some of the material presented in Chapters 3, 4, and 6. 9. ... Notes, Insurance Management, Insurance, Meaning of Insurance. Overview of the Chinese dry wall problem and related insurance issues. 814 0 obj <> endobj 0000001756 00000 n But with reference to insurance it is a situation of getting two overlapping policies for the same and the one risk from two different insurance companies. Please do not circulate or cite without the ... insurance plan. This chapter provides a working definition of risk and a discussion of the various types of Students should make a point of checking this site regularly. terrorist attacks). dr. chen renbao r&i course outline 1 national university of singapore nus business school fin3119: risk and insurance lecture notes by a/p chen renbao 2018/2019 semester i ● Risk Management Manual:​ may be used to: Describe the risk management program and train ○ Provides standards for judging the risk managerʼs performance, ■ The risk management program should be periodically reviewed Notes By Rwubahuka Jean Claude, MBA-IB, MSc. ● Implementation of a risk management program begins with a​ ​Risk Management Policy 0000005882 00000 n ○ Stock markets? Risk management and insurance techniques for dealing with potential losses to individuals and organizations will be emphasized. Statement​: In this chapter, we cover various aspect of General Insurance such as Principles of utmost Good faiths Insurable risks include the risk of loss by fire and theft, the risk of loss by automobile accident, and The primary focus of this introductory course is on evaluating life, health, retirement, property, liability and personnel exposures to loss and analyzing the methods for managing these risks. get sick) or ag- … 0000022485 00000 n books on Insurance is Allan H. \!‘illctt’s The &conomic Theory oj Risk alfd Insurance, published as one of the Columbia Studies in History, Economics and Public Law. 0000005554 00000 n - Prepare for potential losses in the most economical way I just finished some lectures notes on risk and insurance. 3.1 Risk pooling Risk pooling is the main mechanism underlying most private insurance markets. ● But...the Law of Large Numbers and the Central Limit Theorem only hold if random variables are a better position to control losses, Disadvantages: 6 COURSE EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT ● Pre-loss objectives: Notes on Depositing Cash or a Cheque in Your Bank Account . impact of the losses that do occur word insurance means ―a contract whereby one undertakes to indemnify another or pay or allow a specified or ascertainable amount or benefit upon determinable risk contingencies.‖ ORS 731.102(1). View Notes - Lecture 9 - Risk and Insurance.pdf from EEP 141 at University of California, Berkeley. 856 0 obj <>stream Insurance companies will not, however, assume every kind of risk. ● Premiums may be costly ● a process which attempts to minimize the cost of loss, ● Risk management has objectives ​before​ and ​after​ a loss occurs ● Accordingly, boundaries of insurability concerning this criterion are usually rather subjective and 0000009836 00000 n 0000006111 00000 n Step 1: Identify loss Exposures 0000005804 00000 n The risk is an event or happening which is not planned but eventually happens with financial consequences resulting in loss. ● If the other party fails to pay, firm is still responsible ● Firm is indemnified for losses A risk that insurance companies will assume is called an insurable risk. ● Less expensive 0000004103 00000 n E: rwubahukajc@gmail.com, T: 0788427626, Website: www.de250.com Risk Financing Methods: Non-insurance Transfers • A non-insurance transfer is a method other than insurance by which a pure risk and its potential financial consequences are transferred to another party • types of uncertainty - idiosyncratic (affects only given individual, e.g. Fin.&Bank, BBA Fin. In case of eventuality the insured can claim from both the insurance companies. ○ O​pportunities (external.) ● First mutual insurance agreements evolved from this idea. III. ● Estimate​ for each type of loss exposure ○ If not controlled by underwriting, adverse selection and moral hazard may result in Risk & Insurance News and Notes: Lloyds Bank Partners with Previsico, New Genetic Disease Coverage And More. So, a risk neutral firm (say a central bank) could sell you insurance against bad states at a price of $0:25 on the dollar and insurance again good states (assuming you wanted to buy it) at a priceof$0:75 onthedollar. different realizations of output - e.g. xref Risk, as discussed in Section I, is the variation in potential economic outcomes. No insurance can arrest the risk from taking place, no insurance can prevent future miss happenings, but can certainly provide some cover for the losses of risk. 0000012940 00000 n Spring 2007 . ● Note that the Law of Large Numbers only applies to i.i.d. Edition Description: 2018-19. helpful 21 5. 0000006796 00000 n Pooling with correlated losses There is a theory behind insurance and this theory is risk pooling. ● In words: If the number of risks in the portfolio tends to infinity, the probability that the average ○ This enables the policyholders to replace uncertain losses with a certain payment (the 0000002861 00000 n insurable ● Save on loss costs Lecture 9: Risk and Insurance July 9th, 2019 Risk We’ve spent a lot of time talking about risk The reader of these notes is supposed to have a solid background in abstract measure ● Possible higher taxes, consequences are transferred to another party somewhat fuzzy. 0000022669 00000 n 0000007780 00000 n We see that at time T 4 something special happens: The risk reserve R T 4 is 0000003016 00000 n ● Insurance companies cannot share losses ex-post and therefore usually charge an insurance Law of Large Numbers. Transfer. high individual losses possible (Ex: liability insurance for nuclear power plants). This has long been a scarce item, in fact, impossible 10 buy, 3lttrough every s~udcn~ Risk & Insurance News and Notes: Lloyds Bank Partners with Previsico, New Genetic Disease Coverage And More. Notes on Risk Management is a handbook which aims to outline key theoretical insights about quantitative risk management and demonstrate their applications in a modern software environment. Introduction to Risk Management & Insurance 4. In the lower band, the public readily accepts risks because benefits are felt to outweigh the disadvantages. This lecture discusses the ways in which risk is costly to the poor and if insurance is beneficial to this population. ● Liability Loss Exposures The primary business of the insurer is risk assumption for a fee. 0.2 = 500 $. 0000005331 00000 n Thereareactually three distinct mechanisms by which insurance can operate: risk pooling, risk spreading and risk transfer. Notes Principles of General Insurance Principles of Insurance 54 5.0 INTRODUCTION After studying, the life insurance and its importance, the over aspect of insurance other than ‘Life Insurance’ would is General Insurance. ● A ​SWOT analysis ​examines an organization's: So just to summarize this lecture segment, we talked about some of the basics of insurance. Climate change and the insurance industry (good info: Evan Mills and Geneva Association) 10. 0000022277 00000 n You may make an appointment to meet with me if you are unable to attend my regularly scheduled office hours (office hours: TuTh 9:30-10:30 am and Tu 12:30-2). 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This session will help you understand• Risks and risk management• Insurance• Life Insurance Need and Analysis• Analysis of an Insurance Policy• Agent Regulation• Claims handlingCertified Financial Planner Module 2: Risk Mgmt & Insurance Insurance works well when: • Many individuals purchase • Paying relatively small premium amounts • Few people collect • Keeps rates affordable • Losses can be large Risk –Classification Risk –Classification • Risk Aversion – firms and individuals prefer to take less risk rather than more. ● For insurance to be an attractive, ● Based on these requirements: ● Positive correlation vs. perfect correlation ○ physical inspection It applies the LawofLargeNumberstodefrayrisk—whichistosaythatitmakesriskdisappear. 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Lecture 11 - Risk Aversion, Expected Utility Theory and Insurance 14.03, Spring 2003 1 Risk Aversion and Insurance: Introduction • To have a passably usable model of choice, we need to be able to say something about how risk affects choice and well-being. ● loss of income from a covered loss RISK AND INSURANCE I. ● Increase cash flow, Disadvantages: may fail Share. For more on the contents typically contained in an insurance policy, see §§1.2-1 to 1.2-1(a)(6). Overview of the Gulf oil spill and related insurance and risk management issues. 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