Much to Gain

January 2009
Best's Review;Jan2009, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p83
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues concerning the valuation of insurance businesses in the U.S. The first one is the calibration of risk margins which can be distorted by regulatory restrictions. Another one is the recognition of gain at issue or no gain at issue for any premiums expected by insurance companies.


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