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Milliman’s reinsurance experts offer state-of-the-art stochastic tools that measure the distribution of potential outcomes—not only simple averages—and years of experience working in senior management capacities at global reinsurance companies. Our offerings include risk transfer analyses, program design, transaction analyses, bad-debt reviews, expert witness and litigation support, and modelling legacy reserving issues.
Milliman has advised on more than $25 billion in structured finance insurance solutions, participating in most of the securitisation transactions and many privately funded and letter-of-credit transactions. Our clients include insurers, reinsurers, banks, and financial guarantors. We are experienced in a wide variety of structured finance, including securitisations, private or bank-financed deals, and warehouse deals.
Milliman can assist (re)insurers in recognising the adjustments needed during the modelling process to ensure the modelled results better represent their specific book of business. Milliman has extensive experience in reviewing and validating internal capital models, including the inputs and assumptions related to catastrophe risk.
Milliman can provide essential support to regulators and other governing bodies on the topic of catastrophic risk. Milliman’s catastrophe expertise in both pricing and reserving makes it an ideal partner for the actuarial aspects of a financial exam review. We can assist regulators in the exercise of reviewing and testing catastrophe models or reviewing rate filings in catastrophe-heavy geographies and lines of business.
Insurance business transfers will provide a revolutionary new tool to any entity with U.S. run-off liabilities, and actuaries are ideally suited to play the key role of Independent Expert.
This paper summarises a number of the most material developments affecting unit-linked insurance business that occurred during 2018 and which remain areas of ongoing focus.
Companies are becoming more interested in seeking the most efficient ways to protect themselves from cyber risks, particularly considering new data protection regulations.
It is worth considering what impacts Hurricane Matthew may have on the insurance-linked securities market and on alternative capital investors more generally.
Given the volatile political – not to mention atmospheric – winds, it is a good time for an overview of insurance governance and challenges in one of the world’s riskiest catastrophe zones.
The rise of collateralized reinsurance and what it means for the future of insurance-linked securities.
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