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These findings have important implications for insurance price and solvency regulation.
      
The four summary risk measures studied are the NAIC's risk-based capital ratios, the NAIC's financial analysis solvency tools (FAST) scores, A.M.
      
Moreover, the spill-over effects of a simulated default situation in the interbank market on the liquidity and solvency of banks are measured.
      
Capital allocation rules are derived that maximize leverage while maintaining a target solvency rate for credit portfolios where risk is driven by a single common factor and idiosyncratic risk is fully diversified.
      
It was determined that financial satisfaction is related, both directly and indirectly, with diverse factors including financial behaviors, financial stress levels, income, financial knowledge, financial solvency, risk tolerance, and education.
      
Further, the paper suggests that the treatment of beneficiaries at a level commensurate with previous periods or the preferences of physicians may jeopardize the viability and solvency of Medicare-dependent hospitals.
      
The effect upon solvency reached approximately 10%, which suggests that spatial parameters affect solvent power.
      
Access to the mortgage market depends on the loan-to-value ratio, or leverage and debt size, and the debt-coverage ratio, or cash solvency.
      
Moreover, for sellers with sufficiently high ex-ante probabilities of solvency, the equilibrium proportion of the receivable sold will be decreasing with the seller's probability of solvency.
      
This paper examines whether investors' valuations of cash and share-put warrants are influenced by their potential differential effect on firm solvency.
      
Consistent with the critics of SFAS150, we show that market participants differentially value cash and share-puts based on their solvency characteristics beyond the firm's recorded assets and liabilities.
      
According to these capacity constraint models, in which post-shock production must meet a solvency constraint, increases in price can cause some or perhaps all of the cost of a negative shock to capital to be shifted to policyholders.
      
The methodology has two components: a solvency- and stability-based pricing framework, and an engine to quantify the loss variability that drives solvency and stability.
      
Socializing risks from catastrophic losses is difficult even in an ideal political environment, owing to different estimates of low probability risks, solvency constraints, dangers of moral hazard, and high loss correlation.
      
Given Lloyd's prominence in the international insurance industry, large losses raised questions about the industry's capacity for certain types of risks and the financial solvency of other insurers.
      
Our findings show that acquisition is not an alternative to bankruptcy since acquired companies do not report high failure risk, but exhibit higher than industry liquidity and solvency.
      
Our findings show that following the acquisition, the profitability, the solvency and the liquidity of most of the combined companies decline.
      
The effect of ceded reinsurance on solvency of primary insurers
      
Solvency regulation in the property-liability insurance industry
      
This paper evaluates guaranty funds and solvency regulations.
      
 

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