Insurance: From Underwriting to Derivatives: Asset Liability Management in Insurance Companies

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An in-depth look at the increasingly significant convergence between the insurance industry and the capital markets.
This important publication, by two premier financial experts, explores the unique convergence of finance and insurance. The book covers the basics of property-casualty insurance, securitizing insurance risks, looks at life insurance in the United States and ALM in insurance. It addresses the questions and concerns of investment banks, brokerage firms and the insurance/reinsurance sector itself, examines ongoing trends and issues, and how current market pressures on insurance companies do not just create challenges but actually point the way to future promising developments.

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Contents

Securitizing Insurance Risks
31
History of a Crisis
41
An Empirical Wander Around Europe
63
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

ERIC BRIYS is a managing director at Deutsche Bank where he heads the Insurance Strategies Group. He has worked previously for Merrill Lynch and Lehman Brothers. Prior to joining the investment banking world he was a Professor of Finance at the HEC School of Management. He has published seven books on finance and economics and more than thirty scientific articles.

FRANÇ OIS DE VARENNE is a vice-president at Deutsche Bank where he covers European insurance and reinsurance companies. He has worked previously for Merrill Lynch and Lehman Brothers. Prior to joining the investment banking world he was Head of Financial and Economics Affairs at the French Federation of Insurance Companies. An engineer, an actuary and a PhD in finance by training he has published three books and more than ten scientific articles.

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