Simulation of risk processes
Wolfgang Härdle (),
Krzysztof Burnecki and
Rafał Weron ()
No 2004,01, Papers from Humboldt University of Berlin, Center for Applied Statistics and Economics (CASE)
The simulation of risk processes is a standard procedure for insurance companies. The generation of simulated (aggregated) claims is vital for the calculation of the amount of loss that may occur. Simulation of risk processes also appears naturally in rating triggered step-up bonds, where the interest rate is bound to random changes of the companies? ratings.
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