Basic Insurance Mathematics, 7.5 credits

About the course

The course covers:

General principles for valuation of stochastic cash flows, interest rates, discounting and present value calculations.

Introduction to basic insurance concepts:

Modelling of claims costs, reserving and premium principles, together with how these concepts differs between non-life and life insurance applications.

Solvency, risk aggregation and risk reducing techniques:

Diversification, modelling of dependencies, risk measures and Solvency II (including financial/investment risks), reinsurance and other risk reducing techniques (including financial/investment risks)

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