Learning From The Last One

Panning, William H.
April 2011
Best's Review;Apr2011, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p80
Trade Publication
The article presents suggestions on how a company should adopt, adapt, and implement a particular business model for measuring and managing, the effect of changing interest rates on insurers and an insurer's total risk in the U.S. It highlights the objectives of two business models including Asset Liability Managment (ALM) and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). It investigates how ALM is applicable for developing appropriate strategies for ensuring adequate liquidity in long term business.


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